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National Hotel Marketing Conference

This year’s National Hotel Marketing Conference will take place on Thursday 4th July at the Hilton at St George’s Park, the National Football Centre of Excellence in Staffordshire.

Former easyJet director, Paul Simmons joins Blue Islands board

Blue Islands has announced that former easyJet UK director and Chief Commercial Officer of Flybe, Malaysia Airlines and Cobalt Air, Paul Simmons, has joined the Blue Islands board as a non-executive director.

New Blue Islands Channel Islands – Cornwall Connection

Blue Islands today launched its third new service for 2019, which sees three flights per week connecting Guernsey and Jersey to Cornwall Airport Newquay this summer.

UK Event Organisers Inspired to Discover Jersey

In late, April Events Jersey, hosted six corporate event organisers on a familiarisation (FAM) trip in the island break.

Non-EU Work Permits & Save The Date for JHA Gala Dinner

The Jersey Hospitality Association has been making significant progress with establishing the use of Non-EU work permits into hospitality industry in Jersey and Save The Date for the 2019 JHA Gala Dinner & Awards

Jersey Bulls FC Unveils CPA Global As Inaugural Sponsor

Jersey Bulls FC, the first Jersey-based football club to enter the English league system, has today unveiled CPA Global as its commercial sponsor for the 2019-20, and 2020-21 seasons.

Visit Jersey 2018 Annual Report

Tourism benefits the whole economy. It’s a big export industry sustaining around 6,500 jobs and generating £250m spend by visitors. It's time to vote tourism.

Q1 2019 Visitor Data

On the upside, the timing of Easter in 2019 will have boosted visits and March just gone brought weather that was kinder than that experienced twelve months before, resulting in less transport disruption. On the downside, uncertainties regarding whether or not the UK would leave the European Union at the end of March may well have resulted in some changes to travel behaviour, particularly from France.