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Blue Islands offers additional service again

Blue Islands continues regular services plus extra Exeter and Birmingham flights and update

Blue Islands services will continue to operate as normal, following the closure of Flybe. Passengers with bookings for travel on Blue Islands operated services are advised to check-in on time at the airport.

FRIDAY 06 MARCH 2020

Passengers booked to travel on a Blue Islands operated service are asked to check in on time. If you do not have a booking, you will be able to make a new booking at a fixed fare of £50 each way (subject to availability), these will be available to purchase at the airport ticket desks.

EXETER / BIRMINGHAM ADDITIONAL FLIGHTS - FRIDAY 06 MARCH 2020

Blue Islands will again operate Exeter / Birmingham services on Friday 6 March 2020 to assist passengers who have an existing Flybe booking confirmation. Check in at the airport, passengers with existing Flybe bookings will be flown free of charge, on a first come, first served basis, any new bookings can be made at the airport for a fixed fare of £50 each way.

·     SI203 Guernsey – Birmingham flight departs at Guernsey at 09.10

·     SI206 Guernsey – Exeter departs Guernsey at 13.40

SATURDAY 07 MARCH 2020

Blue Islands services will continue to operate as normal. Passengers with bookings for travel on Blue Islands operated services are advised to check-in on time at the airport. Further updates for passengers travelling on Saturday 07 March 2020 will follow.

BIRMINGHAM & EXETER - UPDATE

Further announcements relating to commencement of a new Blue Islands scheduled service to Birmingham and Exeter from both Guernsey and Jersey will be announced over the coming days. In the meantime, customers are assured of continued service to both of these destinations.

CUSTOMERS WITH FUTURE BOOKINGS MADE VIA FLYBE.COM

Blue Islands is seeking engagement with E&Y, the appointed Administrators of Flybe in respect to future bookings. Currently funds relating to bookings for future travel made via flybe.com are withheld by Flybe’s merchant card acquirers, in order to safeguard consumer funds in the event of Flybe’s collapse. Blue Islands is seeking to clarify whether these acquirers will recognise Blue Islands as the carrying party in such transactions. Or whether customers with future bookings on Blue Islands services, made at flybe.com will need to request a refund from their card providers and rebook via blueislands.com.  A further announcement will be made once this is clear. 

Further updates to follow, please see  www.blueislands.com for the latest information.