Guernsey Press

Plans submitted for £24m. Alderney Airport project

A planning application has been submitted for the £24m. Alderney Airport Rehabilitation project.

An artist's impression of what the front of the new Alderney Airport could look like. (Picture by AECOM, 32729893)

The project will include a new passenger terminal and fire station, as well as see the runway extended and reconstructed and the apron resurfaced.

Guernsey's States approved the project last December by 22 votes to 14.


Policy & Resources president Peter Ferbrache and States' Trading Supervisory Board president Peter Roffey led the case for the chosen proposal.

It was the most expensive option but one which they said would ultimately save the taxpayer money by allowing Aurigny to streamline its fleet and run its ATR aircraft on the route.

An Environmental Impact Assessment to support the planning application is being prepared and will be submitted to Alderney’s Planning Office in due course.

  • The full application can be accessed here. Comments on the application can be made in writing to the Planning Office or via email -