Rockhopper To Become Blue Islands

A U.K. airline that serves the Channel Islands is changing its name. Previously known as Le Cocqs Air before becoming Rockhopper in 2002, the airline will now become Blue Islands. The airline flies travelers between the U.K. and the Channel Islands. Blue Islands will now run its finance and reservations system from Guernsey but its management, operations and crew will still be based in Jersey.

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