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Flybe continue compensation claim with Guernsey States

Niall Duffy
Mr Duffy would not reveal how much compensation the airline was after

Flybe said it still wants compensation from the States of Guernsey over the airport firefighters dispute.

The airline was left out of pocket when flights were grounded for two days in May 2009 because of industrial action.

A new pay deal signed with the firefighters has guaranteed this would not happen in the next five years.

Flybe spokesman Niall Duffy said that would not make up for the money lost, but he would not say how much compensation they were Asking for.

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