Guernsey Airport

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The new Guernsey airport is large and spacious. No aero bridges due to the variety of aircraft flying into GCI. Luggage collection was quick. Departures side of the terminal has hire car desks tourist information newsagent and cafeteria style eating area. Upstairs is a spacious bar with viewing area of planes taking off and landing. Bus to St Peter Port is from front of terminal routes 4 and 7. Route 7 in summer you can travel in the other direction to other parts of the island. Bus pass for 10 trips can be bought from tourist office and they also have island wide bus timetables. Plenty of taxi's. Garage next door to re-fuel hire cars prior to drop off. Village of Le Bourg and a small military museum a short walk away if you need to kill time before departure.

Guernsey Airport customer review

Construction of a new terminal had just begun when I used GCI in June 2003. It was a very easy business on arrival as I emerged exactly at the right time to catch a local service bus to St. Peter Port from the stop outside the terminal. The rudimentary facilities at the old terminal were largely shut on the Sunday evening when I checked in for my return flight but occupying my time was no problem as I walked around the corner to the village of Le Bourg and installed myself in the pub there. It took five minutes to return to the terminal. The terminal roof serves as a public viewing area - a pleasantly Olde Worlde experience. Flights to and from GCI can be delayed due to sea fog and mist and I half expected to bump in Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman as I walked out to board the (propeller) aircraft.
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