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Photo Archive

The Viscount was the mainstay on Guernsey’s airline routes in the 1970s. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

As part of Guernsey’s own “Berlin Airlift”,  this Sagittair AW650 Argosy was one of many aircraft utilised on a emergency shuttle operation to Bournemouth to move tomatoes during the industrial dispute in 1972. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

British Midland Airways was a regular flight operator, often with multiple aircraft on the apron together as here in 1973. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

Health and Safety was not such a problem in 1973. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

In the 1970’s shipping flowers by air was a major operation and British Air Ferries were involved with flights to Coventry. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

Still featured in the news today, the BN3 Trislander has been a faithful servant to the islands for many years. The Shorts 360 City Express in the background was once a familiar type of aircraft on the apron. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

14th July 2014, an evening scene; LY-FLH of Small Planet was flying an Aurigny-Manchester service, the Flybe E195 was on lease to Aurigny prior to the delivery of their own aircraft and Blue Islands ATR42. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

A busy apron on 19th January 2015; featuring an ATR42 destined for Nigerian airline Overland Express. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

Corporate Jets are a increasingly common sight and the Global Express 6000 is at the top end of the market. Photo credit: Andrew Ozanne

Using Guernsey Airport as a refuelling stop on the night of 13th-14th February 2015 was this EC225 Super Puma on its delivery flight, destined for the North Sea Oil Fields. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

More helicopters refuelling, this time a pair of RAF EH101 Merlins on the way home to the UK. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

On 17th February 2015 the RAF’s new Airbus A400M Atlas ZM400 carried out approaches to Guernsey’s runway on a training exercise. Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

Guernsey Airport's current freight services are operated by West Atlantic with BAe ATPs. Photo credit: Andrew Ozanne

The Gatwick service has been modernised with the Embraer 195 on the route, Guernsey’s only scheduled jet sevice. Photo credit: Andrew Ozanne

Rare visits are made by Boeing 737s, this Titan Airways aircraft is occasionally chartered to cover aircraft shortages. Photo credit: Andrew Ozanne.

A busy runway at Guernsey Airport in preparation of the 2015 Air Display (9th September 2015). Photo credit: Nigel Le Page

Aerial photographs of Guernsey Airport in preparation of the 2015 Air Display (9th September 2015). Photo credits: Jonathan Le Ray