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New Southampton route launched

New Southampton route launched

Tuesday 28 May 2019

New Southampton route launched


Aurigny has launched its latest route, with its Southampton services flying over the weekend despite some foggy spells.

The States-owned-airline flew its direct Guernsey to Southampton route for the first time on Friday.

Chief Executive, Mark Darby said: "By launching this new route, we aim to offer our customers choice, with fantastic fares from £59.98 return. Uniquely, Aurigny also offers 15% discount for kids of 15 and under and customers can earn award points by joining our frequent flyer scheme. Only Guernsey’s own airline offers this combination of benefits when flying to and from the islands. Our flight schedule offers convenient times whatever your reason for travel is. I have already been delighted by the positive reception we have received from Southampton Airport and with our newly expanded team of experienced and customer-friendly Aurigny ground staff, we will be able to offer the Aurigny customer experience from start to finish on this route."

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Pictured l-r: Dave Cox, Neil Garwood and Mark Darby.

Neil Garwood, Managing Director at Southampton Airport, said: “We are thrilled to celebrate the launch of the new Guernsey route with Aurigny, which reinforces our position as the very best gateway to the Channel Islands. We look forward to further nurturing our excellent relationship with Aurigny and will continue to work with the airline to offer the best customer experience to our passengers.” 

Aurigny is set to launch its other route, between Guernsey and Jersey this week.

 

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