JERSEY air travellers were facing uncertainty today after Flybe announced it was considering scaling down its operations at Gatwick Airport.
FLYBE pilots have escaped the threat of compulsory redundancy after accepting a pay cut.
DOZENS of Islanders have had their holiday plans ruined after a local travel agency went out of business.
JERSEY’S embattled bus operator has hired a member of staff to deal with the amount of complaints it is receiving from the public, according to the Transport Minister.
TAXI drivers are calling on the States police to crack down on private hire cabs parking illegally to pick up fares at nightclub closing time.
MOTORISTS faced delays today after a hole appeared in the middle of the Island’s busiest road.
THE Airport employee who shot and damaged a crucial piece of landing equipment with a shotgun, causing travel chaos last year, has been branded a coward by the Airport’s chief executive.
SOME of Jersey’s top tourist attractions have hit out at plans to axe a bus service which they believe will have a devastating impact on their already struggling visitor numbers.
THE axed number 18 bus service to Le Squez/Le Marais should urgently be reinstated, according to St Clement Deputy Gerard Baudains.
MORE than £3 million is going to be spent resurfacing some of the Island’s major roads this year.
CHANGES to one of the major bus routes in the Island should see a smoother service and quicker journey times, say LibertyBus.
DELAYS, confusion and missing timetables have continued to plague Jersey’s new bus service.