Flights to Guernsey
Channel Islands Direct works with all the leading airlines to Guernsey, including the low cost carriers, to ensure you have maximum holiday choice at the best possible value. We are able to offer flights from up to 30 regional airports so wherever you live, a direct flight to any of the islands is not far away.
Low cost airlines
We can book your low cost airline for you which means you can take advantage of the best rates available at the time of booking. This gives you additional PEACE OF MIND, as by booking your inclusive package holiday through Channel Islands Direct, you will not only benefit from the best prices but also the protection provided by our Air Travel Organiser's Licence. If you book your flight direct with a low cost airline you have no financial guarantees in the event of the airline going out of business.
Regional departures vary and schedules change throughout the year. Please refer to the grids below for the latest flight schedules.
|Belfast City||FLYBE||Daily via Birmingham, Southampton, Exeter||All Year|
|Bristol||AURIGNY||Mon, Thurs, Fri & Sun||Oct - Mar|
|East Midlands||AURIGNY||Daily, except Oct-Mar When No Flts Tue & Wed||All Year|
|Edinburgh||FLYBE||Daily via Birmingham, Southampton, Exeter||All Year|
|Glasgow||FLYBE||Daily via Birmingham, Southampton, Exeter||All Year|
|Leeds Bradford||AURIGNY||Tue, Thurs & Sat||May-Sept|
|London City||AURIGNY||Daily (except Sat)||All Year|
|London Gatwick||AURIGNY||Daily||All Year|
|Norwich||AURIGNY||Sun||May - Sept|
|Southampton||Blue Islands||Daily||All Year|
|Stansted||AURIGNY||Mon, Thur, Fri and Sun||Oct-Mar|
It is your responsibility to ensure that you carry the required documentation for your travel arrangements. Although British citizens do not require passports to travel to the Channel Islands, due to increased security, the majority of airlines now require that you produce valid photo identification at check in and they may refuse boarding if you do not do so. Documentation requirements do vary from one airline to another, but the most commonly accepted forms are a valid passport, photo driving licence or citizen card. Whilst ferry companies have not introduced this requirement as yet, it is anticipated that they may do so and if you have official photo ID, you are advised to carry it, as any carrier may ask for proof of identification at any time
Why visit Jersey?
Jersey is an island of amazing diversity and natural beauty that ranges from rugged cliffs in the north to the Atlantic rollers of the windy west and long swathes of golden sand in the south. Inland flower-filled meadows, undulating farmland and leafy hidden valleys are all linked by tranquil country lanes.The capital is St Helier and is the main focus for the island's shopping, eating,entertainment and nightlife.
Jam-packed with award-winning attractions and places to visit including magnificent castles, emotive war tunnels, hands-on museums that really bring history to life, fascinating wildlife and adventure parks, quaint fishing villages, luxury spas and a tantalising array of outdoor pursuits for all ages and abilities. Getting around is easy. For maximum flexibility, you should hire a car, however the island's extensive bus network allows you to explore the main places of interest. It's also a friendly walking and cycling island with a maze of cycle paths, walks and 45 miles of 'Green Lanes', which meander through the various parishes. Geographically closer to France than England, Jersey is a unique blend of continental flair and reassuringly familiar scenes. It's British pounds and French place names, cream teas and croissants, Breton-style seafood and traditional beach cafes. Add a mild climate, easy travel by air or sea together and great value offers, and it's easy to see why Jersey's hard to beat.