This comes after repairs had to be made following storm damage.
‘All airlines across the Bailiwick and the British Isles experienced weather disruption to their services and operations because of Storm Eunice in February,’ a Guernsey Ports spokesman said.
‘A small section of the terminal roof was damaged by the storm. This damage was repaired by contractors when it was safe to do so.
‘As part of ongoing work on the terminal roof, scaffolding will be erected to allow access to the upper roof to carry out a full survey which will then inform future options.’
No changes to the airport’s operation and passenger movements should need to be made while the survey takes place.
The terminal building opened in 2004. The roof has suffered weather damage before, with parts ripped off in 2016 and twice in 2018. This resulted in a survey of the roof being announced later that year.
There were problems again with a loose panel in 2021.