Guernsey Post helicopter 'most cost-effective'

Guernsey Post helicopter at Guernsey Airport Miss Morris said the helicopter was similar in cost to the daily mail plane

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Using a helicopter to ensure deliveries continue is the "most cost-effective and practical solution" to airport closures, Guernsey Post has said.

The airport is due to close for a total of eight days in 2012 to allow work as part of a £80m airfield refurbishment.

The company has been using a helicopter to transport special delivery and greeting cards during the closures.

Cassandra Morris, communication co-ordinator, said it was the best of various options they had explored.

She said: "The cost of the helicopter is almost entirely offset by the cancellation of the normal mail plane."

The second of four two-day closures is due to take place on 8-9 May.

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