Aurigny will begin operating direct flights to Dublin by March 2022.
The Irish capital could yet become part of the airline's route network even sooner, a spokeswoman added, depending on demand as border restrictions lift and travel recommences after a covid-enforced standstill.
The Dublin route has long been mentioned, with one airline reportedly keen to operate it before Guernsey introduced a quasi-Open Skies air policy in 2018.
Aurigny has confirmed that the Irish connection is one the airline wants to embrace through twice weekly flights on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
Pictured: The flights will be operated by one of Aurigny's 72-seater ATRs.
The ATR flights will depart from Guernsey at 13:45 and arrive in Dublin at 15:20, according to the airline.
The return flight will depart Dublin after a 30 minute turnaround and arrive back in Guernsey at 17.35.
Dublin flights are currently scheduled to launch on 29 March 2022, with fares starting at £55.99.
Pictured top: Dublin Airport.
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