‘Not for us to comment on Blue Islands’ legal action’

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WAVES has moved to distance itself from legal action being taken by Blue Islands over its service.

Waves CEO Nick Magliocchetti. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 20068900)

Its rival on the Jersey route has argued that Waves should not be exempt from having an air transport licence

It wants a judicial review of the States Transport Licensing Authority's actions. The body decides what licensing is required, as it has so far not responded 'adequately' to letters from Blue Islands about the exemption issue.

‘The current appeal by Blue Islands to the States of Guernsey’s Transport Licensing Authority for a judicial review of our air taxi licence is a matter for the TLA to comment on, not us,’ said Waves CEO, Nick Magliocchetti.

Waves insists it offers an on demand air taxi service.

‘The team have worked incredibly hard over the past 10 months to make the vision a reality.

‘We are a Guernsey-based company, listening to the local community demanding more flexible travel solutions and employing local staff whenever possible.’

Waves will continue to operate during the proceedings.

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