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13th Aug 2013, 20:12
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Posted By PeteAndre

BA Codeshare?

What would be the point of a Codeshare with BA? As it is AAS will pick up 100 per cent of pax from London hubs to GCI so what will it bring to them, only dilute revenue paying for a name they don't...
1st Aug 2013, 18:54
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Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Grrr Aurigny ops

Agree, can't see a decedent of Intra, Jersey European, BE, FlyBE being touched with a barge pole given current situation on the island.
1st Aug 2013, 14:04
Replies: 1,534
Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Complicating Factor

Don't forget that ATR72 WDB is due to be returned at end of lease at the beginning of next year....another factor to be taken into account.
12th May 2013, 11:55
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Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Move of GCI servicesto Stansted ?

Guernsey's economy relies on international banking and ready access to the island from Europe, Asia, Mid East and USA and City of London via a Hub airport. Gatwick is already seen as a poor...
17th Apr 2013, 15:08
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Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Hunt for Trislander replacement starts

TV, press and radio in CI have story that the hunt is on by Aurigny to replace Trislander -

Local News in the Guernsey area and National News...
29th Mar 2013, 14:44
Replies: 3,930
Views: 1,819,686
Posted By PeteAndre

GEP reports E175 will land at GCI for first time...

GEP reports E175 will land at GCI for first time at 1300 on Saturday. First PAX flight will be 1025 GCI -GWK flight on Sunday 31 March.
7th Feb 2013, 20:49
Replies: 114
Views: 43,239
Posted By PeteAndre

Smile Jets to Gatwick

FlyBE propose to re-introduce jets (the 175) to Gatwick in March. Other routes maybe later.
7th Feb 2013, 13:33
Replies: 114
Views: 43,239
Posted By PeteAndre

Guernsey Airport rebuild

The declared distance will remain at 4800ft but is being shifted to west to acommodate RESAs - as you suggest. The dip at the western end has been filled in and all aprons and taxiways wil be...
30th Oct 2012, 17:42
Replies: 278
Views: 122,955
Posted By PeteAndre

APD outside UK jurisdiction

As the flights are from the CI (self-governing and outside UK parliamentary jurisdiction) and they arrive in Continental Europe they will not be subject to UK APD.

Only flights between UK and CI...
4th May 2012, 15:24
Replies: 104
Views: 34,134
Posted By PeteAndre

Push Back and F50's

Can't be entirely the reason as pushback is free at GCI until the runway and apron works are complete.:ok:

Could the other F50 be CityJet on familiarisation. Summer schedules started last...
22nd Apr 2012, 11:53
Replies: 410
Views: 98,861
Posted By PeteAndre

Wink Guernsey webcams

Great news- 2 more cams at GCI - one overlooking the apron and eastern threshold from the terminal first flooor - the other covers the western end from a nearby rooftop. Clicking on the images...
6th Apr 2012, 16:04
Replies: 410
Views: 98,861
Posted By PeteAndre

Thumbs up New GCI Webcam

Aurigny have installed a great new webcam covering the "aim point" of runway 09. It can be found at:

Aurigny Cam (http://www.aurignycam.com/gci.htm).com/gcihtm:D

This follows the closure of...
20th Dec 2011, 11:07
Replies: 230
Views: 58,602
Posted By PeteAndre

Satnav Approach

Has anyone any info as to how the trial of the new RNAV/GNSSS Satnav assisted approach system is progressing? I understand its fitted to one of Aurigny's Trislanders

Has anyone on this forum...
5th Nov 2011, 11:23
Replies: 3,930
Views: 1,819,686
Posted By PeteAndre

Question Re Intro of pushback at GCI

As usual FlyBE are crying "wolf" before they have seen it. Push back is to be introduced at GCI for a 2 year period while aprons are reconstructed (runway too in fact). The tractors and operators...
18th Oct 2010, 09:44
Replies: 410
Views: 98,861
Posted By PeteAndre

Runway and Apron works

An interesting new press release on the proposed works is at http://www.guernsey-airport.gov.gg/EMAS_statement_final.pdf

The Pie Chart at the end is enlightening - where the money is going...a...
16th Sep 2010, 19:02
Replies: 1,534
Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Trislanders' life expectation and who owns what a/c

A recent BBC Guernsey news item stated that Aurigny's Trislanders 'will last until 2034' - this can be viewed at:

BBC News - Aurigny's Trislanders 'will last until 2034'...
15th Sep 2010, 20:15
Replies: 1,534
Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Profitabilty of Aurigny

I understand GCI-UK routes make a profit - losses stem from competition on JER - GCI route (Busisness men like the "sexy" but equally old Jetsteams!)
15th Sep 2010, 20:01
Replies: 1,534
Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Thumbs up Not contradictory - sequential !

This discussion thread is irrelevant as the States of Guernsey are not selling Aurigny - I appologise for responding to the posts below!

The slots at Gatwick may not be under pressure at the...
15th Sep 2010, 13:48
Replies: 1,534
Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Control of London Slots

History tells us that it would only be a matter of time before FlyBE sold its slots to the highest bidder and transfered its flights to non-hub airports such as Luton or Stanstead. Please see my...
31st Jul 2010, 11:09
Replies: 1,534
Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Aurigny losses

Re Coffincorners' question "What about the losses?" It is widely reported that Aurigny's losses stem from the inter-island services - with UK routes (some in competition to FlyBE) highly profitable....
21st Jul 2010, 19:00
Replies: 1,534
Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Importance Guernsey of a London Hub connection

The economy of Guernsey is now largely dependant on the offshore banking industry - hence daily flights to IOM and Zurich and the emphasis on London. The hub connection to give ready access to the...
20th Jul 2010, 13:42
Replies: 1,534
Views: 609,422
Posted By PeteAndre

Is the States up to making the right decision?

As an observer of Channel Island aviation and a researcher into the history of air travel to and from the island, there are many factors that I think the States should consider before agreeing to the...
17th Mar 2010, 20:16
Replies: 410
Views: 98,861
Posted By PeteAndre

Why Guernsey is different fromJersey!

Jersey's work involved only resurfacing an existing runway...similar to that recently performed at Bristol, a much simpler task. The proposals for GCI involve a basic re-positioning of the runway...
5th Mar 2010, 09:37
Replies: 410
Views: 98,861
Posted By PeteAndre

Runway Project

You can see full details of the proposals on Guernsey Airport website: http://www.guernsey-airport.gov.gg/Airport%20Redevelopment%20-%20Public%20Presentation%20-%202%20July09.pdf

which gives a...
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