Aurigny voted best short-haul airline in Which? survey
Created: 18th Dec 2013
One of the oldest and smallest carriers in the world has been judged as the best short-haul airline in an annual readers’ survey carried out by the influential consumer magazine: Which?.
Aurigny, which was launched in 1968 and is owned by the government of the island of Guernsey has held off the challenge from many larger, more well-known carriers such as Swiss, British Airways, easyjet, Flybe and Ryanair.
'This is great news and we obviously delighted,' says Aurigny Commercial Director, Malcolm Coupar.
'We might be small but we try very hard to make the passenger experience as enjoyable and stress-free as possible so getting such a commendation from our customers is the best praise there is. To sit above some of the most famous names in the airline industry is an achievement for which we are very proud.
'We would like to thank all our staff, our shareholders in the States of Guernsey and all our customers for their fantastic support in helping us to achieve this accolade.’
Aurigny is based in Guernsey and sits between the coasts of England and France, with direct flights to Bristol.