Aurigny says they will 'follow with interest' the progress of a new airline set up to serve the Channel Islands.
It was announced yesterday that the fleet of planes, run by Waves, will fly between the islands as well as further afield, to the South of England and Northern France. Other European destinations could be added at a later date.
But rival airline Aurigny says the travelling public will need 'convincing,' if they're to fly over water on a single engine aircraft.
The firm released the following statement:
The man behind Waves, Nick Magliocchetti, says he welcomes the feedback from Aurigny:
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