Jersey is a Baliwick, a British crown dependency located just off the coast of Normandy, France.
Jersey is the biggest island in the Channel islands chain and enjoys a beautiful climate during the summer as it nestles in the English channel.
The weather, location and island setting make Jersey a perfect place for a holiday.
Jersey airport plays host to flights from ten cities via several different airlines. Join us now as we take a look at just who flys to Jersey and where from.
FlyBe are the major operator to Jersey. They offer daily flights to Birmingham and a direct flight to Cardiff on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
They also offer a flight to Bristol every day except Wednesday. Those wishing to travel to Bristol on a Wednesday can avail of the services offered by Blue Islands Airlines who offer flights everday day except Saturday.
FlyBe offers a weekly flight from Aberdeen to Jersey on Saturdays. FlyBe also offers a weekly Saturday flight from Belfast city aiport.
Jet2.com offers a rival service from Belfast international airport on Wednesdays and Saturdays which may appeal to some customers thanks to the greater flexibility. So if you were wondering who flys to Jersey that should answer your question!
Aurigny offers daily flights from neighbouring island Guernsey to Jersey through out the summer.
AirBerlin, the German airline operator offer a direct flight to Berlin every week on a Saturday. Those considering this flight should know that this flight has a stop over in Dusseldorf.
Finally Irish operator, Aer Lingus flies from Jersey to Cork in Ireland on Wednesdays and Saturdays.