Aurigny links Leeds Bradford to Guernsey

Aurigny has begun four times weekly flights from Guernsey to Leeds Bradford on 27 May.

Aurigny has begun four times weekly flights from Guernsey to Leeds Bradford on 27 May. Despite this cake looking like the airline’s E195 G-NSEY, the flight will be operated by one of its ATR 42s.

  • Aurigny, the national airline of the Channel Islands state of Guernsey (GCI), commenced flights to Leeds Bradford (LBA) on 27 May, after recently beginning a Norwich service on 14 May. The 494-kilometre sector will be operated four times weekly by the airline’s 46-seat ATR 42 fleet. The year-round city pair will face no direct competition. Tony Hallwood, Leeds Bradford Airport’s Aviation Development Director, said: “It’s fantastic to launch this inaugural flight linking Leeds Bradford to Guernsey. We’re proud to introduce Aurigny and would like to extend a warm Yorkshire welcome to the airline. Passengers will now very much enjoy being able to travel to Guernsey directly from Leeds Bradford all year. Malcolm Coupar, Aurigny’s Commercial Director, added: “Leeds Bradford is a welcome addition to the Aurigny network. It becomes our eighth, year-round destination to Guernsey.”

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