Jersey is just a short flight from several UK airports. To view flight schedules, visit the Jersey Airport website.
Current routes include: Belfast and London Gatwick (easyJet), Bristol, Birmingham, Exeter and Southampton (Blue Islands), and London Heathrow (British Airways.
Additional routes beginning in May or June 2021:
easyJet: Glasgow (from 22 May), Manchester (from 27 May), Liverpool (from 28 May)
Blue Islands: Dublin (from 8 June), East Midlands (from 28 May), Guernsey (from 24 May), Manchester (from 7 June), Newquay (from 28 June), Norwich (from 22 May), Teesside (from 29 May)
*Route information updated 26 April 2021.
Additional requirements are currently in place for all arriving passengers. View more information here.
Condor Ferries operate fast and traditional ferries between Poole (UK) and Jersey.
Do you need a passport?
There are no immigration controls between the UK and Jersey, so British and Irish Republic citizens don't require a passport or visa to visit Jersey. Other EU citizens require only their ID cards for entry.
Citizens from non-EU countries will need a passport and should check before travelling whether a visa is required.