Trips down the air corridor prove popular
Demand from the Isle of Man for travel to Guernsey has prompted four more flights to be arranged between the two Covid-free nations.
Aurigny, which is providing services through the 'airbridge', has added the two return journeys to its schedule.
The first sees flights from both jurisdictions depart on 21 August, and the second on 24 August.
Aurigny Chief Executive Mark Darby says the move comes following conversations with people on the Isle of Man, which showed there was 'clear demand for further flights'.
You can find out more at www.aurigny.com.