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Discover the latest news and updates from the island break. Please keep us up to date with your industry updates and drop us a line at press@visitjersey.je. From new hotel openings, refurbishments and quirky accommodation stories, new restaurant and nightlife openings and examples of trends from eating and drinking to shopping and wellness, we're keen to share your story.  Download previous issues of the Visit Jersey industry e-news here.

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easyJet puts summer 2022 flights on sale

easyJet has put flights for summer 2022 on sale early offering flights to hundreds of destinations across Europe

British Airways Cityflyer to commence a twice-weekly service

British Airways Cityflyer has announced its intention to commence a twice-weekly service between Jersey and London City.

A vision of marine parks around the British coast

Seventy years after Britain declared its first national park, coastal and marine experts are calling for a new generation of marine parks in the UK’s territorial waters. As people flock to open spaces and beaches to recover from a year of lockdowns, why do we have no national parks in the sea?

Endangered puffins and the seabird protection zone

Birds On The Edge is delighted to announce that Jersey’s puffins have started to arrive to their breeding cliffs in the north coast.

Roaming Soundtrack’ curated by Rob da Bank launches across the island today.

Seven Jersey locations, seven bespoke soundtracks, one star curator. www.roamingsoundtrack.com

Be a hero! Do It For Jersey Staycation Campaign Launch

Visit Jersey have launched a local campaign to engage 106,000 islanders who may be longing for a well-deserved break and entice them to take a holiday at home, through a creative campaign called ‘Do it for Jersey’.

The Atlantic Hotel’s 50th anniversary champagne giveaway

In honour of The Atlantic Hotel’s recent 50th anniversary, the family owned property is giving away 50 glasses of Taittinger champagne.

St. Lawrence Liberation 75 Photographic Exhibition “A Parish Story”

Under the present Covid-19 restrictions we were not able to open the Exhibition on the 01 May as planned so it will now commence on 28 June