Air Alderney (Alderney) is an Alderney-based start-up carrier planning to offer regular passenger flights from the Channel isle later this year.

According to the Bailiwick Express, the start-up will partner Wessex Aviation, a London Biggin Hill-based fixed- and rotary-wing specialist, to operate two eight-seater BN-2s. It is currently pursuing its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC).

The States of Alderney has already granted Air Alderney route authorities to conduct scheduled passenger and cargo services from Alderney to Jersey from June 2017 onwards. Similar permissions have also been granted for flights to Cherbourg, France, to start in July and Brighton City/Shoreham by Sea to start in September. The island's government has said it will extend limited financial support to Air Alderney to ensure its services are sustainable.

At present, Aurigny Air Services (GR, Guernsey) operates Alderney’s only direct air services; to Guernsey and Southampton. Direct flights to Jersey were discontinued several years ago.