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, Fr. Aurigny , anc. Riduna, island (1991 pop. 2,297), c.3 sq mi (7.7 sq km), in the English Channel, northernmost of the larger Channel Islands. It is separated from the French coast and from the other islands by swift tidal races.
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, island, England.
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Federal Aviation Administration says happens to every airplane about once a year -- the Aurigny Air Services plane lost "some electrics" functions.
The Aurigny Air Services flies passengers between the Channel Islands, the UK and France, and has bagged the title in the short-haul category.
Aurigny Air Services orders one Embraer E195 Guernsey-based regional carrier Aurigny Air Services has ordered one E195 jet from Embraer Commercial Aviation.
Aurigny Air Services Guernsey-based regional carrier Aurigny Air Services has signed a firm contract with Embraer Commercial Aviation for one E195 jet.
Wife Shan and I flew with Aurigny Air from Gatwick - it was just like any other flight except there was no queue at check-in and the plane had propellers.
Due to funding from EUROCONTROL and the European Commission aimed at fostering the growth of EGNOS operations, Guernsey based airline, Aurigny Air Services, has upgraded aircraft with new Garmin Avionics.
Not least at the stylish Pier 17 restaurant where fresh, locally caught seafood features heavily, along with Flights Aurigny Air Services aurigny.
In one, an ATR 72 of Channel Island carrier Aurigny left the runway on landing and ended on a grass verge.
Among the best progeny of Timeless Times is the filly Aurigny, bred by the Lingwoods, who landed the St Hugh's Stakes, while Presidium, a half-brother to Kris and Diesis, is responsible for such smart performers as the Group 3 winning sprinter Andreyev, and the multiple Grade 3 winner Mighty Forum.
The trio are Clive Brittain's Greenlander (Sylvain Guillot), Mark Johnston's Atlantic Viking (Jason Weaver) and Simon Dow's Aurigny (Gerald Mosse).