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Chief minister confirms Guernsey flights from July

Quayle outlines five-stage framework for border reopening

The chief minister has confirmed there will be flights between the Isle of Man and Guernsey from next month.

Mr Quayle says the air bridge will be a fully commercial operation run by Guernsey airline Aurigny, with a first flight time yet to be agreed.

However, It's understood return flights could start around 22 July.

Speaking at today's government media briefing, the chief minister says this link will be reviewed, and it could even be expanded to other jurisdictions if it works.

It was also confirmed no one travelling through the air corridor will be tested, as the risk level is low, with both jurisdictions now a significant time without a new case of coronavirus.

Mr Quayle also outlined a five-stage framework for reopening the Island's borders, following discussion in the Council of Ministers earlier:

 

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