Travel

No Condor agreement before review complete

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GOVERNMENT is working towards signing a service level agreement with Condor, Economic Development president Peter Ferbrache said as he reassured colleagues that his committee was keen to ensure the island’s ferry service was reliable.

Harbour facilities slammed in survey

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FERRY passengers have slammed facilities at St Peter Port Harbour, saying wi-fi connectivity as well as refreshment and retail facilities all need to be improved.

Condor passengers kept waiting to sort travel

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FERRY passengers were kept waiting on the phones yesterday, as they tried to sort out their travel plans following the cancellation of the Condor Liberation until at least the end of next week.

Trident would ‘go with flow’ on steps

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HERM Travel Trident would be happy to return to docking at the Cambridge Steps if Guernsey Harbours decided to move cruise ship passenger landings back to the Inter-Island Quay, its managing director has said.

Aurigny finds back-up to serve Alderney

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AURIGNY has sourced two ‘immediately available’ eight-seater planes to prevent a re-run of the situation two weeks ago when all its Alderney planes were grounded.

Clipper out of action for five weeks

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FERRY passengers are facing more travel disruption in the lead-up to Christmas, after Condor announced that upgrade work to the conventional ferries did not go ahead as expected during recent dry docks.