Jersey City Info

Jersey is a beautiful country which is part of the Channel Islands. Located between France and the United Kingdom, Jersey island is considered a treasure for everyone that enjoys good weather, relaxation and diverse leisure. Jersey has been portrayed as the paradise on earth with unspoiled landscape and unique blend of British and French influences.

  • Battle of Flowers Museum: the museum was first opened in 1971 and presents a variety of exhibitions all made from Harestails and Marram grass.
  • Jersey Museum: this award-winning museum is full of history and culture of the Island. There are several exhibitions and art collections including a restored Victorian Merchant's house.
  • Treasures of the earth: the museum contains a beautiful exhibition of gems, fossils, rocks and minerals. It has also an impressive collection of animal skeletons including a Triceratops head and cave bears.
Airport Info

Receiving more than 1.6 million passengers every year, Jersey airport plays a vital role in the island. First opened in 1937 the airport has been undergoing a series of developments and nowadays is responsible for a large number of domestic and international flights.

Jersey airport is situated 5 miles northwest of Saint Helier city centre.

Jersey airport has a food court, a restaurant, a bar and a cafeteria. There is also a duty-free store and several shops as well as ATMs cash point in the airport. In addition, the airport has a post office and a bureau de change. Avis, Europcar and Hertz are the Car Hire companies presented in the airport.

To and from the airport

By Taxi
There is a taxi rank outside the arrivals hall. The journey to St. Helier costs around £12.

By Bus
Bus number 15 runs regularly between the airport and St. Helier Station. For more information please contact Connex Transport on
+ 44 (01534) 877772.


Jersey Airport - St Peter
Jersey - JE1 1BY
Channel Islands

T: +44 (0)1534 446000
F: +44 (0)1534 446199

Who flies here?



British Airways

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