News Listings for Guernsey Airport

  • Aurigny plans Dornier order to replace Trislander fleet

    News | 28 Nov 2013 11:59 | Oliver Clark

    Aurigny Airlines plans to order two or three Dornier 228s to replace its fleet of ageing Britten-Norman Trislanders, following a successful two-week trial, says the UK regional carrier's chief executive.
  • Airports

    News | 31 Aug 1999 23:00

    Brussels Zaventem Airport is planning to spend BFr1 billion ($26 million) to build a new air traffic control tower. This has become necessary because the view of one of the runways from the existing tower will be obstructed when terminal construction work is completed. The new 75m (246ft)-high tower will be erected on the south-eastern end of the airport, next to the CANAC ATC complex. British Aerospace has been appointed project manager for the development of a new terminal at Guernsey Airport in the Channel Islands. Proposals for the £2.5 million ($4 million) development are due to be presented to the Island Development Committee in December. London City Airport could get its own rail link if the Docklands Light Railway raises the £75 million ($120 million) that is required to fund the planned expansion of a rail system that runs from east London to the City's financial centre. Lufthansa Cargo has taken a 29% stake in a joint venture to operate a new cargo terminal at Shanghai's
  • Guernsey expansion

    News | 05 Jul 1995 09:09

    <p>Anglo Normandy Aeroengineering (ANAE) has opened a new maintenance hanger at Guernsey Airport in the Channel Islands. The company specialises in work on such types as the Shorts 360 and the Pilatus Britten-Norman Trislander, although the new hangar is capable of handling work on aircraft of up to ATR 72 size. ANAE has recently won a contract to modify a British Antarctic Survey de Havilland Dash 7 and will support the aircraft in Antarctica for three years. </p> <p>&nbsp;</p>