Guernsey-based airline Aurigny seeks new chairman

States-owned airline Aurigny has confirmed it is looking for a new chairman, after the previous holder of the post stepped down on 31 December.

Paul Fairclough was chairman for more than five years and said his contract was terminated by mutual consent.

Mr Fairclough had seen the company through an unsuccessful buyout and disruption caused by volcanic ash.

The sole shareholder in the airline, the Treasury and Resources Department, declined the opportunity to comment.

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