20 JUNE 2022
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Blue Islands, the official airline of Jersey, has replaced its last 46-seat ATR 42 with a 72-seat ATR 72.
This means that the airline now has only one type of aircraft all of the same seat capacity, effective both from a crewing point of view, and marketing.
Rob Veron, CEO, Blue Islands, said: “Our fifth ATR 72 aircraft demonstrates Blue Islands' commitment to providing year-round, sustainable connectivity and socio-economic benefits for the Island. It also underpins our positive but measured approach to growth as we emerge from the difficult market conditions caused by the pandemic over the past two years”.
Blue Islands currently operates 900 flights per month, with a wide choice of daily, year-round flights on its existing regional network. This year has also seen the development of new scheduled routes from Jersey to Norwich, Dublin and Rennes for this summer. In addition, the airline is proud to be the chosen partner for tour operators flying visitors from Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands – helping to bolster the Channel Islands tourism business.
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