In accordance with the latest advice from the States of Guernsey and Government of Jersey if you are flying to Guernsey or Jersey, please read the following pre-departure information.
Regions within the UK are now categorised into three bands (Green, Amber, Red) with different testing and isolation requirements when arriving into Jersey. This is part of the Jersey Government’s Safer Travel Policy. For any arrivals from the Green category, the requirement remains a simple free test on arrival at Jersey Airport.
The three-band system also applies to countries and regions outside of the UK. An updated list by region can be found here: countries and regions are risk assessed.
Passengers are required to disclose their travel history for the 14 days prior to arrival in Jersey, including country of departure, and any other countries or regions visited or will have visited in this 14-day period.
Everyone planning to travel to Jersey is required to complete an online registration form within 48 hours before departure.
If using same day return business travel enabled by the Business Tunnels scheme you are required to notify the States of Guernsey at least seven days prior to travel.
Notification must be given to the States of Guernsey Population Management Office by:
If you have any questions you can call the Blue Islands Customer Care team on:
01234 589 200
Mon-Sat: 08.00-18.00 | Sun 09.00-17.30
The continued safety and wellbeing of our passengers and crew is always our highest priority which is why we have implemented enhanced wellbeing measures which includes passengers wearing face masks.
You will be exempt if you have a medical reason not to wear a face mask, written medical advice will be required, please inform us at check-in. Children under 6 years old are also exempt.
This is one element of a series of enhanced wellbeing measures we have implemented which include:
We look forward to welcoming you on board.
Islander parts save lives
Blue Islands have donated spare parts from the recently sold Britten Norman Islander aircraft to the Air Search organisation, who use same aircraft for their search and rescue service.
The parts are valued at around £2000, but rather than selling them, the airline wanted to support the local organisation. Rob Veron, managing director of Blue Islands is thrilled to give this essential equipment for such a worthy cause.
Channel Islands Air Search provides an admirable lifesaving service, so it is important that support is given to the organisation. The CIAS is funded purely by donations and I'm thrilled to know that we have contributed to the significant cost associated with providing this essential service to our islands.
The CIAS are known as the "eyes in the sky". They are unique as they are the only voluntary organisation to maintain a specially equipped aircraft, flown by an all-volunteer crew, on 24 hour standby 365 days a year with the sole purpose of aiding those in danger on both land and sea.
This costs approximately £90,000 a year to operate, which includes its maintenance, running costs, insurance and equipment. The organisation is financed almost entirely by funds raised by the Friends of Air Search in all the Channel Islands on a voluntary basis.
Colin Ferbrache, chief officer of CIAS, accepted the donation on the organisation's behalf.
We are delighted to accept such generous gifts from Blue Islands. These spare parts ensure continuous availability of the aircraft, which is essential for a rapid response service. Maintenance is a costly business in aviation so this donation is hugely valuable to the service for ensuring the aircraft is available at all times. This generous donation of aircraft parts will greatly help the operation over the coming year. My most sincere thanks to Blue Islands.
For more information about the work of the CIAS, visit www.ci-airsearch.com
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