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Article from BTNews 8 MARCH 2010

Aurigny celebrates

AURIGNY AIR SERVICES, arguably Britain’s smallest airline, has celebrated 40 years of operation at Southampton Airport.  It is the longest serving operator at the airport, beginning flights to Alderney in 1970, when the airline was just two years old.  Back then, flights cost just £5.70 one-way.  Owned by the States of Guernsey it has carried 1.1m passengers between Southampton and Alderney since then, on over 100,000 flights.  Famous for its distinctive aircraft fleet, the airline became the first commercial operator of the 14-seater Britten-Norman Trislander aircraft in October 1971.  It is still the world’s largest operator of the type. www.aurigny.com

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