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A milestone decision taken by Guernsey’s government in the summer of 2018 had an immediate effect on the activities at Guernsey Airport. The agreement of a new ‘open skies’ policy meant that airlines no longer needed an air transport licence to fly to and from the island, causing a potentially transformative change in what used to be a tightly regulated environment. Following the liberalising move, the airport is seeing a five per cent growth in passenger figures in 2019, which is nothing but good news for Guernsey’s flag carrier airline Aurigny Air

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If the name Flybmi does not ring any bells just yet, we should hasten to clarify that this is the new trading name of BMI Regional – one of the most prominent regional airlines in Britain

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With an estimated 1.5 million people living within a 90-minute catchment area covering Norfolk, Suffolk and North Cambridgeshire, Norwich Airport is the busiest airport in the East Anglia region of the UK

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Located in the English Channel, off the French coast of Normandy, The Channel Islands are an archipelago steeped in history, famously passed to the English Crown upon the coronation of William the Conqueror as King of England in 1066, before being divided into two bailiwicks, the Bailiwick of Jersey and the Bailiwick of Guernsey, in the late 13th century

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When it comes to providing private VIP travel by air, each individual or party is unique. They each have their own needs, demands and requirements that have to be catered for with the utmost professionalism, commitment and quality

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When people think of family businesses, it tends to evoke images of someone working in a shop or something industrial. In 1994, a company was established, with operations starting in May 1995. Initially beginning with cargo, it would later go on to transport passengers and that company is aircraft provider Trade Air, and today it looks after 100 employees and has a turnover of 11 million euros

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Ideally situated as a destination, gateway and hub for travel between Europe and the Middle East, the island of Cyprus is no stranger when it comes to the world of flight

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Smartlynx Airlines was founded in 1992. Originally known as Latcharter Airlines it was based in Riga, Latvia and consisted of four professional pilots and an experienced engineer

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