Aurigny to start flights between Isle of Man and Guernsey | ITV News –

Aurigny is to start ‘Isolation Free Holidays’ to the Isle of Man from Guernsey.

People from both jurisdictions will be able to travel between the two islands without having to isolate after both governments agreed to create an ‘air bridge bubble’ last week (25 June).

The airline is putting on two flights a week between the islands, which are due to start from Wednesday 22 July, running until Sunday 30 August. Prices will start at £39.99 each way.

We are delighted to be launching a new route in the midst of this pandemic. It is testament to the way both island Governments have handled the crisis and means that islanders will be able to take a holiday this year. This initiative would not have happened without the support of the Governments, and airports in each island.

Like Guernsey, the Isle of Man is also fully open for islanders with no physical distancing measures in place.


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