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Air Alderney is an airline that serves the island of Alderney, the northernmost part of the inhabited Channel Islands. The airline was first founded in January 2017 but didn't commence its services until February 2022. Air Alderney launched with charter operations but there have been plans to expand its services and provide passengers with scheduled services later on in the year. The charter flights are currently between Alderney, Biggin Hill, Shoreham-By-Sea, Lydd, Guernsey and Jersey.
Air Alderney has different carry-on and checked baggage policies. Find out information on Air Alderney' baggage policy, including weights and sizes
When flying with Air Alderney, passengers are entitled to one piece of carry-on baggage that weighs no more than 5kg. The bag must be no bigger than35cm x 25cm x 20cm (13 x 9 x 7in).
All passengers on board an Air Alderney flight are allowed a 15kg bag as part of their fare. For any baggage that weighs more than 15kg, passengers will be charged £4 extra per kilo. The maximum weight for any bag onboard an Air Alderney flight is 23kg due to the size and weight of the plane.
Currently, Air Alderney doesn't accept:
There is only one class fare onboard an Air Alderney flight. Due to the aircraft's size and weight limits, the fare available is economy.
Air Alderney passengers must check in at the airport. Find out Air Alderney's check-in policy, including check-in closing and opening times.
Air Alderney's check-in opens 60 minutes before the scheduled departure time of a flight and closes 25 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.
Accepted forms of ID include:
Air Alderney currently only offer charter services to limited destinations.
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London Biggin Hill airport is located in south-east London. It's an operational general aviation airport that was once used by the Royal Airforce. Air Alderney are the only airline that are using Biggin Hill airport as part of its services.
Alderney airport is the only one on the island and was the first airport ever to be built in the Channel Islands. The airport has 3 runways, the main one that's made up of asphalt and 2 others that are grass. Alderney airport is the hub airport for Air Alderney.
Air Alderney operates a fleet of Britten-Norman BN2B-26 Islanders, currently, there are 2 in operation. There is also 1 Britten-NormanBN2A MkIII Trislander on order for late 2022.