LAST Tuesday my fellow passengers and I got on a flight from London for Guernsey, less than an hour’s run. We arrived by ship on Friday, nearly three days later. While Aurigny did their best to get us here earlier, Guernsey-bound planes just can’t land in fog. The frustration and lost time resulting from this round of fog was suffered by thousands of us who live and work in Guernsey. There was also a human cost, with ruined vacations and missed family contact when it was most needed. Students and seniors were hurt. I was more fortunate as my travel was for business – essentially to encourage more of it to come to Guernsey. Yet that is less likely to happen when clients rightly feel uncertain of their access to the island, or whether they can rely on us to turn up for meetings. Any shortcoming in the airport’s navigation system, preventing planes from landing in fog, is costing Guernsey business.