News

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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CI Specialist Premier Holidays Launches Trade Awards

Leading Channel Islands specialists Premier Holidays has launched an awards scheme to celebrate local partners in the travel industry who go beyond the call of duty.

Developments in the Pipeline for 2017

Check out the latest developments scheduled in the pipeline for 2017 from investment on-island in accommodation and at Jersey Airport and Harbour.

January 2017 Weather Round-Up

The day-to-day weather has very little impact on the volume of visits to Jersey, but can play a major role in influencing the types of activities that visitors who are here do, and thereby, the amount of money that they spend. 

UK & France PR Activity

As part of our autumn blogger outreach last year, Lela London published her travel blog on ‘the island break’, It’s a real fun post positioning the island as a place with good food, relaxation and much more too!

Blue Islands adds 120,000 more seat capacity

Blue Islands has added a third, larger ATR 72 aircraft to its fleet; the 68-seat variant replaces a 46-seat ATR 42 and brings a further 60,000 seats to the airline’s network, less than four months after introducing its second ATR 72. 

What's in a day?

There was a time, thirty to forty years ago, when most Brits only took one real holiday a year and it would almost certainly begin and end on a Saturday. Those days are long gone.

Passenger Arrivals Data

Read the top-line results regarding passenger arrivals at Jersey Harbour for December and full-year 2016.

Boats and Planes – the consumer view

Recent research conducted by research agency The Distilleries on behalf of Visit Jersey has investigated how Brits who take regular holidays and live in the southern areas of the country feel about travelling by plane and by ferry.