Aurigny will cease to operate on the route
Rob Veron, managing director of Blue Islands, also said that cancelling the code share which previously existed between the two airlines would mean more flexibility in the schedule – something that could benefit sports teams.
‘We can now tailor flights to meet specific demand, provided of course that there is adequate notice of these requirements. We urge sporting groups to contact us with fixture requirements at blueislands.com/sports.
‘As a local airline we can assure all customers and stakeholders that Blue Islands is fully committed to delivering a long-term robust and sustainable inter-island service that fully meets the needs of the travel market.
‘We are proud to be 100% independently owned, locally owned and committed airline,’ he said.