Jet2 is launching new flights to Jersey next summer from five UK airports

Brits considering a holiday to Jersey next summer will have even more choice of flights courtesy of Jet2.com.

The airline already offers a summer route from Leeds Bradford, but for 2021 it’s adding FIVE extra UK airports to the schedule.

From May through to September there will be routes operating from Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Newcastle and London Stansted.

Meanwhile, Jet2holidays will also offer packages to the Channel Islands, with the new flight options included.

You can already book the flights on Jet.com and the packages on Jet2holidays.com.

When we took a look, there were fares available from £96 each way.

Never been to the island before? We’ve previously teamed up with Visit Jersey to create a guide on the island’s best things to see and do from historic landmarks and beautiful scenery, to the best local food you’ll want to try on while you’re there.

St Brelade Bay in Jersey

Never been to the island before? We’ve previously teamed up with Visit Jersey to create a guide on the island’s best things to see and do from historic landmarks and beautiful scenery, to the best local food you’ll want to try on while you’re there.

Amanda Burns, CEO at Visit Jersey, said: “This is a positive sign that demand for our island’s holiday product is strong and growing.

“We are thrilled with Jet2.com’s announcement and believe this will boost agents to sell the destination, knowing that their customers can make use of a fantastic choice of regional connectivity.


“We know that domestic tourism will continue to be a priority as we move into 2021, with travellers seeking outdoor escapes and beaches suitable for all of the family, so we look forward to welcoming back more visitors, new and old, to our beautiful shores.”

Jersey re-opened to holidaymakers earlier this year, with a fast-track border testing system in place. Under the system, all arriving visitors are required to complete a pre-departure registration form, and be tested for the virus on arrival.

If travellers test positive, they will be required to self-isolate from the time of the test result and will not be able to travel during this period.

You can find out more about the island on jersey.com.

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