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Getting to Guernsey

You can travel to Guernsey by air or by sea very easily. Plus, you don't need a passport if you are travelling from the UK or ROI.

Travel By Air

Aurigny fly from the following airports;  Alderney, Bristol, East Midlands, Grenoble†, Jersey, Leeds Bradford†, London Gatwick, London Stansted, Manchester, Norwich† and Southampton.

†Seasonal routes

Blue Islands fly from the following airports– Bristol, Dinard, Geneva, Grenoble (Winter Only), Jersey, Liverpool, London Southend, Newquay, Southampton,

LoganAir fly from the following airports; Bournmouth, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle (all between May & September)


Travel By Ferry

There are two ferry services to and from the island;

Condor Ferries provide transport to and from Poole in around three hours. There is also a traditional ferry from Portsmouth that takes around 6 hours. 

If travelling from the continent there are ferries to and from St Malo, France which take around two hours and there is an inter island ferry to Jersey which takes about an hour

Manche Iles Express operates a seasonal service to and from Dielette, Granville and Barneville-Carteret on the Normandy coast of France.