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Getting to Jersey

Great connectivity and short travel times make it easy

Jersey is the largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands. The island enjoys excellent connectivity by both air and sea. With 12 flights a day from London airports and numerous other UK airports providing direct flights, visitors can arrive at the island venue in around an hour.

By air

Jersey is easily accessible with 36 daily flights from more than 20 airports across the UK and Europe. Flight times from London can be as little as 35 minutes with and the average flight time from UK airports is just one hour.

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By sea

Prefer to sail and bring a vehicle? Regular sailings operate from the UK and France and a fast ferry crossing from Poole will have you here in around four and a half  hours.

With the modern facilities available at Jersey Airport and Harbour, you can choose to stay connected or relax and enjoy the journey.

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