REDUCED disruption and more reliability should be on the way for Blue Islands passengers now it has taken delivery of its fourth ATR aircraft.
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AURIGNY’S new jet will help the taxpayer-owned airline get back into profit by 2015, its chief financial officer has predicted.
AURIGNY’S new jet is set to touch down in Guernsey next year after the airline struck an initial agreement with an aircraft manufacturer.
AURIGNY will ensure it is resilient enough to provide a reliable Gatwick service when it is the only operator on the route, according to its commercial director.
RENAMING Aurigny ‘Guernsey Air’ after 45 years of investing in the brand is not a priority, the States-owned airline has said.
REBRANDING Aurigny as ‘Guernsey Air’ would make more sense to holidaymakers, some of the airline’s passengers said.
RENAMING Aurigny ‘Guernsey Air’ would put right a missed opportunity and make the most of a States-owned asset, a deputy campaigning for the change has said.
ENSURING Aurigny remains the island’s sole Gatwick operator will be considered as part of a wider review of the airline later this year.
TREASURY and Resources minister Gavin St Pier has denied that the States was misled over the remaining lifespan of Aurigny’s ageing Trislander fleet.
EASYJET could land its large aircrafts on Guernsey’s runway if it wanted, airport director Colin Le Ray has said.