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Why Fly to Jersey?
Miles of pristine and wild coast, windswept beaches and a range of cultural and historical attractions are just part of Jersey’s appeal. Add a pleasant climate and short flying time from the British mainland – just one hour from London – and this small island which sits 22km off the coast of France makes a popular holiday and short-break destination. A mixture of British and French influences adds an interesting twist, and the possibility of finding a cheap flight thanks to the number of low-cost carriers serving the island’s airport is an added bonus.
Flying to Jersey from the UK
Jersey flights depart from a number of UK airports, and the destination is served by a wide choice of airlines, meaning it is often possible to find cheap flights to Jersey. Direct flights to Jersey operate from airports including London Gatwick, Manchester, Dundee, Belfast International, Newcastle, Liverpool and Exeter. Other regional airports also have direct flights and it is possible to get indirect flights with one or more stops from airports including East Midlands, Edinburgh and Glasgow International.
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Which Airlines Fly to Jersey?
A good number of low-cost, charter and scheduled airlines fly to Jersey from the UK meaning it is often possible to get cheap flights. Flybe fly from a very large number of airports across the country including Bristol, Southampton, Birmingham, Humberside and Cardiff. Other airlines offering direct flights to Jersey include Blue Islands, Air Southwest, bmibaby, British Airways, Jet2.com and Manx2.com.
Mini Travel Guide to Jersey
Jersey is split into 12 parishes. St Helier is the island's capital and is a bustling town on Jersey's south coast. Highlights here include a colourful market selling fresh local produce and some of the island's best museums and galleries. Aside from Jersey's wild shoreline and sandy beaches which offer numerous opportunities for outdoor activities including cliff walks, surfing, sailing and fishing, Jersey has many cultural and historical attractions.
In the parish of St Lawrence are the Jersey War Tunnels which act as a sombre reminder of the German occupation of the island. These tunnels were intended to serve as underground barracks and were dug out of the solid rock by forced labour.
La Hougue Bie, in the St Saviour parish is a fascinating site. This Neolithic burial chamber consists of is one of the best preserved passage graves in Europe.
Animal lovers should visit The Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust which is dedicated to saving species from extinction and is home to some of the rarest species on the planet.