Jersey Airport is a major base for Flybe with frequent and numerous flights to both the UK and Europe.

Flybe operate flights from Jersey on the following routes:

15 domestic routes to cities in the UK and 2 Eurpean routes.

Jersey Airport

Jersey Airport first opened in 1937, and now serves 1.5 million passengers a year. Facilities available to those taking flights from Jersey Airport include a Bureau de Change, cash machines, children’s play area and baby changing facilities.

In addition, secure WiFi broadband is available free. Landside there is a waiter served A la Carte restaurant, The Aviator Restaurant and Bar, a Starbucks and two cafes serving hot and cold food and drinks.

Airside, prior to embarking upon flights from Jersey there is a self service Island Quarters Food Court and the Bar Roc, providing soft and alcoholic drinks, and a duty free shop. There are several vending machines both airside and landside selling hot and cold refreshments.

Parking facilities in and around Jersey Airport

There is a short stay car park close to the arrivals hall with a larger parking area near the departures hall. There are no long-term parking rates. Opposite the main car park is an uncovered area where motorbikes and bicycles can park free. Car hire
is also available from the terminal

Airport distance from Jersey town and other notable surrounding locations

Jersey Airport is situated 5 miles from the capital, St. Helier.

Transport links to Jersey Airport

There is a regular bus service running between St. Helier bus station and the airport. Taxis are available adjacent to the arrivals hall and a personal chauffeuring service is also available for those taking flights from Jersey.

Conference and other business facilities at Jersey Airport

There is a boardroom and training facilities are available at Jersey Airport

Jersey Info

Jersey is the southernmost of all the British Isles, and the largest Channel Island. Its capital city is St. Helier. The island has an unspoiled landscape and breathtaking views, with many beautiful beaches and winding country lanes waiting to be explored.

It has a fascinating history going back thousands of years. Its French influence is evident in the Norman style farmhouses and French street names.
At low tide at St. Ouen you can see the remains of a 10,000 year old forest that once was part of the French landscape in times when Jersey adjoined the continent.

At the prehistoric burial chamber of La Hougue Bie lies a 3,000 year old Neolithic passage grave. For those interested in history and heritage a visit to the medieval Mont Orguell castle is a must or you can visit a 17th reconstructed farming community at Hamptonne.

Jersey’s greatest testament to the Occupation of World War II is the Jersey War Tunnels, originally designed as protection against bomb attacks, and subsequently a war time hospital. It is now a multi-million pound interactive exhibition showing the true stories told by islanders and foreign prisoners.

The Jersey Museum and Maritime Museum offer insight into cultural life and relationships with the sea. The Dutch built quarterdeck sloop HMS Havick can be explored where you will find out what life in Nelson’s Navy was like.

With its temperate climate Jersey has many botanical gardens worth visiting, as well as the interesting Shell Garden, begun in 1957 and now containing over a million shells. Five miles from Jersey Airport can be found the Jersey Lavender Garden with its woodland and garden areas and National Collection of lavenders.

Jersey is a VAT free low duty island with a vast collection of original and independent shops including those specialising in jewellery, pottery and a woollen mill where you can buy a traditional Jersey or Guernsey sweater.

At La Mare Wine Estate you can stroll through vineyards and taste the locally produced wines, have a meal at the restaurant overlooking the vines or book a picnic.
Here the children will be kept occupied at the Chocolate Factory as well as visiting the miniature ponies.

There are several art galleries including the Harbour Gallery overlooking St Aubin’s Harbour, and ‘aMaizin! Craft’ offering the opportunity to have a go at lots of craft activities. There are three theatres on the island offering an array of entertainment.

There is the chance of spotting a dolphin on one of the many boat trips on offer, or you can go fishing for sea bass, take a day trip to France or snorkel off a reef.

Sporting opportunities include abseiling, rock climbing, golf and motor sports as well as surfing and windsurfing, scuba diving and cycling.
There are several health and leisure facilities around the island where you can work out or relax with a sauna and massage.

There are a multitude of places to eat, ranging from Michelin star restaurants serving gourmet food to beach side bars and bistros, with international cuisine including Chinese, French, Italian and Portuguese. There are also a good selection of lively bars and pubs, and a few nightclubs attracting some of the UK’s best DJs.

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