Airline wants to expand Alderney’s airport terminal

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AIR ALDERNEY is to next week unveil plans to build a new airport terminal in the northern isle.

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The airline is aiming to launch a direct connection to Jersey in March, adding Cherbourg and Lee-on-Solent as destinations in months to come.

Director Danny Brem Wilson snr is offering to double the size of the existing Alderney terminal to accommodate growing traffic and update all the building’s facilities, including creating dozens of new parking spaces.

The cost would be met by the airline.

Alderney’s airport is on States of Alderney land and is run by the States of Guernsey.

Air Alderney will present its designs to stakeholders, including States members and civil servants and representatives from the airport and Guernsey.

It has submitted an application to the States of Alderney planning office. But consideration of the plans has been deferred for discussions.

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