INFLATION has risen.
INFLATION has risen.
CONDOR has been continually in the Press for its poor customer service. However, to date, little has been presented regarding the quality of air services on the island.
CALLS are being made for new direct flights to Europe after Aurigny’s Barcelona summer service proved popular in its first year.
THE States of Alderney would consider part-financing a new fast ferry to Guernsey and Jersey, if it goes ahead.
AURIGNY has been dubbed the UK’s third- worst short-haul airline for delays, but its CEO has bosses have blamed its poor statistics on an unprecedented amount of fog.
BLUE ISLANDS took delivery of a new interim plane yesterday, as the airline’s managing director gave assurances it would minimise disruption, after that experienced in recent weeks.
RELIABILITY of ferry services is the number one priority for Condor Ferries’ new chief executive.
GUERNSEY’S air and sea links need to improve in order to sustain the visitor economy.
ISLANDERS will have the chance to share their views about Channel Islands ferry services during a consultation programme announced by Condor.
CONTINUE to pay higher prices for airline tickets or invest in a longer runway to bring them down, the Economic Development Committee vice-president Jan Kuttelwascher has said, as he launches another bid to get it extended.
I FEEL compelled to write about the deplorable travel conditions that are afflicting our island and must be damaging our economy. Free, cost-effective movement to our precious island is currently being denied to its citizens and visitors, and this ridiculous situation must simply stop or it will strangle any chance of economic recovery. When the ferries aren’t running, the cost of a flight is prohibitively expensive or there is poor route availability.
CONDOR may consider buying a new ferry following a wide-ranging review of its service, the firm’s chief executive has said.
CONDOR FERRIES has vowed to improve its customer services after admitting that public confidence in the company is ‘at a low ebb’.
FLYBE’S last flight to Southampton will take place in less than two weeks’ time.
I AM sure that I speak for many that wish to see the Reciprocal Health Agreement (RHA) between Guernsey and the UK restored. Since its suspension we have had a number of unbelievable explanations why it was not possible to restore it. These ranged from our lack of a free ambulance service to the cost to the UK. It remains a source of shame rather than pride that Guernsey alone in the British Isles excludes itself from the RHA.
URGENT talks over the future of inter-island air links and route competition are being planned, after Aurigny’s decision to pull out of the Jersey route.
FERRY passengers are facing cancellations, delays and rough seas as Condor tries to get people home for Christmas.
KEEPING Joey in Guernsey is definitely the right decision, the founder of an online campaign group has said, as he predicted people would flock to see the iconic plane when it is eventually displayed.
INVESTIGATIONS will be held into the States covering the cost of healthcare and medical treatment of Guernsey residents while travelling in the UK, if deputies back the move.
GUERNSEY has been voted the ‘Best UK Port of Call’ in a national award.
UNFORTUNATELY my fiance was taken extremely ill while on a trip to Cyprus which meant we had to rebook our flights.