From London there are at least 12 flights to the Island a day, with journey times of less than an hour. Regular scheduled flights also depart from over 25 UK regional airports. What’s more, ongoing investment and development at Jersey Airport ensures your arrival is smooth and stylish. There are a number of airlines offering regular scheduled services and a range of tour operators also organise charter flights to Jersey from a wider selection of airports and often at highly competitive rates.
To search for flights please select the below airlines:
If you wish to bring your car to the Island, fast ferry services leave from the south coast of England. Sail from Poole or Weymouth with Condor Ferries and you can be in Jersey in less than 4 hours. Condor Ferries operate a car and passenger service from the south coast of England to St Helier. You can choose to travel by fast car-carrying catamaran or the more leisurely, but comprehensively equipped, conventional car ferry.
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Jersey has over 350 linear miles (563 kms) of paved road to explore by car. Alternatively, you can nip around the island by boat, or even get a bird’s eye view of the long curving beaches and the motley patchwork of fields and houses from the air.
If you are arriving from Jersey Airport there is a taxi rank outside the Arrivals Terminal and it would cost approximately £15 - £20 from the Airport to St Helier. The taxi drop-off point when returning to the airport is directly outside the Departures Terminal entrance. If you would like to hire a taxi we would recommend that you phone Citicabs on telephone: +44 (0) 1534 499999.
It's easy to explore Jersey using the public buses, all the routes radiate from the Liberation Station in St Helier. Travel Passes are available for 1, 3, and 5 days and most of the fleet have easy access for wheelchair users. Fare tables for each bus route can be downloaded from their website www.libertybus.je.