Guernsey-based regional airline Aurigny will wet-lease an Embraer 195 while awaiting delivery of its own aircraft, and is favoring the Dornier 228 as a replacement for its aging Britten-Norman Trislander fleet. State-owned Aurigny, based on the Channel Islands between the UK and France, operates a single ATR 72-200, two ATR 72-500s and six Britten-Norman Trislanders. It has also ordered its first jet, an Embraer 195, triggered by Flybe’s decision to ax its competing Guernsey-London ...
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