4 days ago by Jersey Airport
Blue Islands is committed to sustainable and viable air lines. Recently it added more seats on its peak morning and evening inter-islands services by using a larger ATR 72 aircraft on key business travelling days of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. This means 68 seats per flight, instead of 46. This meant making several schedule changes, and it wants to know if it’s working for you. Demand varies hugely throughout the week, and the airline’s goal is to grow the market and ensure the schedule best meets the needs of its customers, while maintaining financial viability and long term sustainability.
A range of feasible options is included within the consultation, and if there is a large consensus to change, then that is what the airline is promising it will do.
This consultation is specifically aimed at the business community; although the airline understands the significant role inter-island travel plays in leisure travel, including sport it is engaging with those markets separately.Closing date for submission of survey is Thursday 31 August 2017. Click https://www.blueislands.com/survey to complete the survey and thank you in advance