Ports of Jersey has released the set of destinations visitors will be able to fly from the UK after Covid-19 travel restrictions lifted.

The 24-strong list of routes is being offered by easyJet, Loganair, Jet2BA and Blue Islands.  The schedule is expected to run from late April/May until October.

They are: 

  • Aberdeen (Loganair)
  • Belfast Intl (easyJet)
  • Birmingham (Blue Islands and Jet2)
  • Bristol (Blue Islands)
  • Dublin (Aer Lingus)
  • East Midlands (Blue Islands and Jet2)
  • Edinburgh (easyJet)
  • Exeter (Blue Islands)
  • Glasgow (easyJet)
  • Guernsey (Blue Islands)
  • Isle of Man (Loganair)
  • Leeds Bradford summer service, operating more than 200 flights from May 2021 (Jet2)
  • Liverpool (easyJet)
  • London Gatwick (easyJet and BA from 23 May)
  • London Heathrow (BA until 22 May)
  • London Luton (easyJet)
  • London Stansted (Jet2)
  • Manchester (easyJet and Jet2)
  • Newcastle (Loganair and Jet2)
  • Newquay (Blue Islands)
  • Norwich (Loganair)
  • Southampton (Blue Islands)
  • Teeside (Loganair)
  • Zurich (Blue Islands)

Additional route connectivity with Germany is offered to both Munich (Lufthansa) and Dusseldorf (Eurowings).

    Summer Flight Connectivity


    Cross-Channel ferry operator Condor Ferries has resumed sailings to the Channel Islands from Poole to Jersey.