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Business Lifeline for Hospitality Staff

Staff working in the hospitality industry are being offered temporary secondments to work in other sectors while the measures to slow the spread of the Coronavirus could force some tourism businesses to close.

Blue Islands - important booking information

Blue Islands is reminding passengers who had booked a Blue Islands operated service via Flybe will need to rebook their travel on This applies to all passengers who had flights booked for 10 March onwards.

AITO 2020 Travel Insights

Visit Jersey's Head of Trade, Sarah Barton joined AITO (The Specialist Travel Association), members last week at The Telegraph offices in central London for their breakfast meeting and presentation of their 2020 Travel Insights report. 

Blue Islands adds extra Guernsey – Southampton flights this summer

Blue Islands has further reaffirmed its commitment to its Guernsey – Southampton service as the locally-owned airline has boosted its schedule with even more flights this summer, delivering greater choice and convenience for travel to the South Coast, London and beyond.

January 2020 Weather Round Up

The average temperature in January 2020 was 8.2°C, which is 1.2oC warmer than January 2019 and 1.6oC warmer than the 30-year average for January.

The Face of Liberation

As part of the official celebrations of Liberation 75, ArtHouse Jersey has commissioned ‘The People’s Picture’ to create one of the most ambitious pieces of participatory art Jersey has seen. 

Durrell Wildlife Camp receives official Recognition of Excellence Award from HotelsCombined

Based at Jersey Zoo, the Durrell Wildlife Camp is a unique, five-star glamping site with a wild twist. Surrounded by some of the world’s rarest animals, campers wake up to the sound of lemurs and enjoy their breakfast with views of the zoo’s stunning, natural scenery.