Getting to and from Jersey
There are excellent links to the UK and the Continent by air and sea.
It takes less than an hour to fly from London to Jersey, and there are at least 12 flights a day. Regular scheduled flights also depart to the island from more than 25 UK regional airports.
Condor Ferries operates fast and traditional ferries between the south coast of England, Guernsey, Jersey and St Malo in Brittany.
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.