Cornwall Airport Newquay has announced a new collaboration with Aurigny, introducing direct flights between Cornwall and Guernsey.
Operating every Tuesday from July 23 to August 27, 2024, these summer flights provide a seamless connection between two picturesque destinations.
‘The introduction of these new summer flights with Aurigny is a testament to Cornwall Airport Newquay’s commitment to enhancing connectivity and providing diverse travel options for our passengers. We are excited to offer this convenient link to Guernsey, a destination known for its beauty and rich cultural heritage, and very much look forward to welcoming Aurigny as our 10th airline carrier,’ said Amy Smith, Head of Commercial at Cornwall Airport Newquay.
Aurigny’s Commercial Director, Malcolm Coupar, added: ‘Aurigny is delighted to be working with Cornwall Airport Newquay to introduce the first-ever direct air services connecting the beautiful Islands of Guernsey with the hugely popular and unique region of the UK that is Cornwall. We look forward to developing these services over the years ahead for the benefit of our communities.’
The lead-in fare is £109.98 return, including taxes, for tourists looking to explore the stunning landscapes, historic sites, and vibrant communities in both Cornwall and Guernsey. Bookings can be made on Aurigny’s website.
Dublin Airport has said that Aurigny has commenced services between Dublin and Guernsey.
Aurigny will operate flights between Guernsey and Dublin three times a week. This will be Dublin’s first scheduled air service to and from Guernsey.
An Island set in the English Channel with a population of over 62,000, Guernsey offers a combination of both British and French culture. With fantastic options of both food and adventure, it is an attractive destination for friends and families. Ireland has enjoyed strong links with Guernsey and the other Channel Islands over the past 300 years.
Commenting on the new service, Dalton Philips, Chief Executive of daa, which operates Dublin Airport, said: ‘Dublin Airport is delighted to be adding a new route between Dublin and Guernsey. The commencement of the service is great news for both business and leisure passengers in Ireland and Guernsey. We anticipate strong demand for the service. Guernsey is an island with great heritage and breath-taking scenery. Dublin Airport is excited to work with Aurigny in promoting this new route.’
Malcolm Couper, Commercial Director of Aurigny added: ‘The whole team at Aurigny is excited to be extending our network with three times weekly direct services to Dublin. The community in Guernsey has long been asking for this service and looking at our forward sales there is good demand from Ireland too.’
Dublin Airport will serve 123 destinations worldwide this year with 35 airline partners as it expands its global reach following the damaging impact on the aviation sector due to COVID-19.
Airport has announced the launch of Guernsey airline, Aurigny, which will
replace the Guernsey route after Flybe collapsed.
Birmingham-Guernsey service is on sale with Aurigny via www.aurigny.com. The
first new service to Birmingham will operate on Wednesday, March 11, operating
daily in the late morning – initially excluding Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Nick Barton, CEO
at Birmingham Airport, said: ‘We are pleased to announce the continued service
to the popular destination of Guernsey, with Aurigny following the loss of the
service offered by flybe from Birmingham.
‘We hope to see
our regular travellers taking advantage of this new airline at Birmingham and look
forward to building on our relationship with Aurigny over the coming years.’
Mark Darby, Chief
Executive said, ‘We believe that maintaining Guernsey’s connectivity is key and
with the collapse of flybe it is an unmissable opportunity for Aurigny to provide
a valuable customer service while at the same time increasing our operation and
improving our financial position.
‘Given that we
are able to do this with no increase in fixed costs and with aircraft, crew and
a user-friendly booking system immediately available to us we hope that this
will alleviate some travel concerns.’
responding to the collapse of Flybe, Loganair announced it will introduce three
daily services from Birmingham to Aberdeen, along with a daily service to
Inverness from March 16, 2020. Additionally, Eastern Airways will offer an Aberdeen
to Birmingham service formerly operated by Flybe. Flights will all commence this
week with the schedule released for sale in due course.