Responding to increasing inter-island travel demand, Blue Islands has announced it is adding extra flights to its schedule in November.
Rob Veron, CEO Blue Islands said: “We’re all now enjoying the value of face-to-face meetings once again, as such we have seen demand for inter-island travel steadily returning. We currently operate up to six flights per day.
“It’s great to also be welcoming local sporting teams on-board again too, as important inter-island fixtures return – we’ve added several additional services for recent group fixtures. Increasing the frequency of inter-island flights during November enables us to build back better, sustainably.”
Blue Islands currently operates up to six inter-island flights per day (three departing Guernsey and three departing Jersey). The airline will operate additional morning and evening flights on Wednesdays throughout November, adding 1,300 seats.
Rob added: “Blue Islands is here to provide year-round sustainable air connectivity to and from the Channel Islands, keeping Jersey and Guernsey connected is a vital part of this role.”