Great pity two operators Gsy/Sou
For some reason my seat was changed at the gate but the staff quickly sorted the hiccup and it didn't cause an issue..
Blue Isle must Lost MO.NEY on this flight! Only 5 people on a 50seat aircraft!!!!!!????????
Really easy and pleasant on the way out👍
Unusually on time which was a plus
Excellent trip all round - many thanks.
Great cabin staff
I have used this flight a few times, always good and reliable.
Didn’t like charges for everything above basic
Seats not very comfortable
Jersey may feel very close to home but it’s actually much closer geographically to France. One of the Channel Islands, it offers tranquil countryside, a picturesque coastline and plenty of historic buildings to explore. And, on top of all this, it boasts some of the best weather in Britain.
If you’re looking for the experience of a foreign holiday, without the hassle of needing to change money or struggle with another language, then a cheap flight to Jersey may be just up your street.
Jersey’s mild, year-round temperature is part of its charm. It has warm summers and cool, but not freezing, winters.
The mercury rises to around 25°C in July and August. It is during the summer when Jersey it is at its most popular, and flight prices tend to be at their highest. In August a number of events and festivals take place that also help to draw the crowds. These include the Jersey Battle of Flowers and the Jersey Live Music Festival.
Jersey’s good weather does last beyond these peak months, however. Thanks to its southerly position, and its sheltered location in the bay of St Malo, the shoulder periods of March to May and throughout September can still bring you sunshine whilst ensuring a much cheaper flight.
Winters can be damp and a little bit chilly in Jersey but, as it's the low season, this is generally the cheapest time to visit. Between December and February the temperature hovers between 4oC and 9oC and, although you’ll pretty much have the island to yourself, many of the attractions may be closed or operate on limited opening hours.
Expedia can help you find the cheapest flights to Jersey.
You can search for the cheapest days to fly by clicking ‘Show flexible dates’ from your initial search results page.
It’s also a breeze to check if another airport close to you is offering a better deal on your Jersey flight – simply click on ‘Nearby airports’ under your suggested departure point.
If you are flying to Jersey from a London airport it’s always worth selecting ‘All London airports’, rather than just looking at flights from one, to see if carriers using other London airports can offer you a lower-priced fare.
Here are some sample flight times from UK airports to Jersey:
Jersey Airport is the only airport on the island. It is located in St Peter, about four miles northwest of the island’s capital at St Helier. Although small, you’ll find a good range of shops and cafes here.
From the airport you can easily arrange to hire a car to explore the island with, but it is well served by other transport options. You can hop on bus number 15 to reach St Helier in under half an hour. There's a taxi rank just outside the airport, and typical fares into St Helier should be around £12.
The carriers offering cheap flights to Jersey include:
Jersey’s network of cycle paths and Green Lanes help those who wish to hire a cycle to avoid the busiest roads and see some of the most beautiful parts of the island safely.
The bus service is comprehensive but, especially beyond peak season, its schedule can be a little limited. Taxis are perfect for short trips – and no trip is too long on this small island.
However, your best option to explore Jersey is to hire a car.
St Helier’s town centre is a delight to explore on foot. It has lots of pretty pedestrianised streets and you’ll soon stumble upon three of Jersey’s major museums: the Maritime Museum, the Jersey Museum, and the Occupation Museum.
Gorey is where you can visit the atmospheric Mont Orgueil Castle. While you’re here make sure you take in its beautiful natural bay and sandy beach before you head out on one of the stunning hiking trails.
Lovers of 18th century architecture are in for a treat at St Aubin. This port town is also the warmest place on the island, so it’s also ideal for sun lovers.
It may feel like you’re abroad but remember that you still drive on the left in Jersey.
Anglers can take advantage of the freshwater and saltwater fishing on the island. Every October there's an Open Shore Bass Festival, where you can compete to catch the biggest and best fish.
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