The final phase of work on the airport cafés has begun and will be completed by the end of the week.
Over the last four weeks, both the airside and landslide outlets have been refurbished and redeveloped in line with Caterleisure's plans.
The UK company has invested in the new cafés and will rebrand them 'Bailiwick Bar & Kitchen'.
The work is nearly finished though, with the landside café due to open on Thursday morning and the airside on Friday morning.
Pictured: the former airport café.
While preparations take place the two temporary food and drink outlets - which have been in place throughout the refurbishment - will close.
The temporary landside café will open as usual on Wednesday morning but will shut at midday, while the airside temporary stall will remain in place until the last flight leaves Guernsey on Thursday evening.
Guernsey Airport has apologised for any inconvenience this may cause.
Pictured top: concept art showing what the Bailiwick Bar will look like.
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