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120 Isle of Man residents still in Guernsey - Aurigny

One final flight rotation is scheduled tomorrow

Aurigny says there are around 120 Isle of Man residents still in Guernsey, after the air bridge between the two Islands was 'suspended'.

The airline is putting on one final flight rotation tomorrow, to allow passengers to get home in both directions.

All future flights have been cancelled, the airline says, after government confirmed all passengers arriving from Guernsey will now need to self-isolate for 14 days.

Aurigny is contacting all its customers who were due to travel home - to either island - next week and offer them seats on today's flight, confirming that there will be no further flights operated.

It's also thought there are around 70 Guernsey residents on Manx shores, and a further 370 from each Island were due to travel over the half term week.

Aurigny says it "will contact all customers affected at the earliest opportunity and arrange full refunds of their flight tickets."

The airline is also "exploring the possibility of Guernsey-Isle of Man links for summer 2021."

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