Air taxi service Waves has had to change its business model just months after launching.
The Guernsey-based company, branded as an 'Uber of the sky', was originally marketed as an 'on-demand service with no scheduled flights', where customers could book a seat on flights.
This was challenged by Blue Islands, who claimed that the airline was operating illegally.
Now, Waves say customers will only be able to hire the entire aircraft at 'highly competitive rates', following a review by Guernsey's Transport Licensing Authority.
Waves, which is the newest airline in the Channel Islands, was set up in January 2017, and started operating from October.
The companies officials say, despite the changes, the new model will still be appealing to its customers.
Blue Islands issued the following statement in response to the decision made to change the Waves business model.