Quayle hails link with fellow Crown Dependency
The establishment of an air bridge between the Isle of Man and Guernsey was a 'no brainer', according to Chief Minister Howard Quayle.
He made the comments while announcing the establishment of the link at the latest government media conference.
Flights between the two Crown Dependencies will commence around the middle of next month and will be operated by Guernsey's national airline, Aurigny.
Mr Quayle went on to say the arrangement would be mutually beneficial: