Aer Lingus operated by Emerald Airlines
Departures from: Belfast City Airport, Dublin
Departures from: Birmingham Airport, Bristol Airport, Dublin, East Midlands Airport, Exeter Airport, Guernsey Airport, Norwich Airport, Southampton Airport
Departures from: London Heathrow Airport
British Airways operated by BA CityFlyer
Departures from: London City Airport
Departures from: Humberside International Airport, Teesside International Airport
Departures from: Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Belfast International Airport, Bristol Airport, Edinburgh Airport, Glasgow Airport, Liverpool Airport, London Gatwick Airport, London Luton Airport, Manchester Airport
Departures from: East Midlands Airport, Leeds Bradford Airport, London Stansted, Newcastle International Airport
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Can you fly to Jersey from the UK?
Yes, you can fly to Jersey from over 20 UK airports. Wherever in the UK you call home, Jersey is just a short plane ride away – usually around an hour or less.
Who flies to Jersey?
There’s a good selection of airlines that fly to Jersey. Check out the list below or use the grid above to view the airlines and the airports they fly from.
- Aer Lingus
- Eastern Airways
- British Airways
- Blue Islands
Do you need a passport to fly to Jersey?
If you are travelling from the UK or from within the Common Travel Area (UK, Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands), you don’t need a passport, but you will need a form of photo ID. However, it’s always best to double check requirements with your airline agent. If you are travelling from other areas, we have more information on entry requirements which you can find here.