Aurigny Air Services

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Aurigny Air Services
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IATA
GR
ICAO
AUR
Callsign
AYLINE
Founded 1968
Hubs Alderney Airport
Guernsey Airport
Focus cities Jersey Airport
Southampton Airport
Fleet size 10
Destinations 10
Company slogan The Islands' Preferred Airline
Headquarters Guernsey Airport
Forest, Guernsey, Channel Islands
Key people Derrick Bailey (Founder)
Website www.aurigny.com

Aurigny Air Services Limited, known as aurigny.com is an airline with its head office at Guernsey Airport in the Channel Islands,[1] and is owned by the States of Guernsey. It operates passenger and freight services between the Channel Islands, northern France and the United Kingdom. Its main base is Guernsey Airport, with other aircraft and crew based at Jersey Airport and Alderney Airport. Aurigny is one of the longest operating regional airlines in the world, and is one of the oldest airlines in Britain except for Loganair and Monarch Airlines. The name means Alderney.

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Current destinations[change | change source]

Aurigny Air Services runs to the following destinations (at February 2010):

Former destinations[change | change source]

The airline used to run to the following destinations:

References[change | change source]

  1. "Contact us." Aurigny Air Services. Retrieved on 12 February 2011. "Aurigny Air Services Ltd States Airport La Planque Lane Forest Guernsey, GY8 OTD Channel Islands."