Demand for taxis can be especially high early morning or during the evening, so it's advisable to book in advance whenever possible.

COVID-19 Passenger pick up advice

Guernsey Airport apron

Guernsey Ports have been working with the States of Guernsey Public Health Services team to develop advice and guidance for people collecting passengers who are required to enter a period of self-isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic in either Guernsey or Alderney. To reduce the risk of the virus spreading anyone collecting passengers from the harbours or airport terminals should follow the advice and guidance listed below.  

  • Family/friends who are collecting passengers by vehicle from Guernsey Airport should park in the main carpark. It is recommended that only one driver should collect passengers.

  • Taxis can and should be booked in advance – full guidance for transport to self-isolation can be found on

  • If you are required to self-isolate under the COVID-19 regulations you cannot walk to your place of self-isolation from the airport passenger terminal or use scheduled public bus services. 

  • Dependant on the number of passengers on the flight, where they are in the queue, luggage collection and test facility procedures. There will be some delay for passengers to come through. In some cases, this may take up to 90 minutes, so we ask for your patience and understanding.

  • If your collecting passengers who are legally required to self-isolate. You should arrive in good time to the airport passenger terminal. This is to ensure arriving passengers are not in the terminal building waiting to be collected. This also reduces the risks to all other airport users.

Passengers requiring to self-isolate

  • Prior to passengers arriving at your vehicle, you should wear a facemask. Please also adhere to social distancing guidelines of at least 2 two metres. Passengers must wear a mask until they reach their final destination – their place of self-isolation.

  • Unless you are self-isolating with any arriving passengers from the UK, please do not hug or kiss. Once isolation has been completed, hug as much as you like!

  • Further information and advice on self-isolation can be found on the States of Guernsey’s website:

  • Passengers should place their own luggage in the vehicle including a taxi. If help is required, please put on gloves and assist. However, remove gloves or sanitise your hands afterwards. Place any used gloves securely in a plastic bag and dispose of properly.

  • Distance yourself in the vehicle as far as practicable possible. Arriving passengers should be in the rear seats with windows open for the drive home.

  • You should keep all masks on until you reach your final place of isolation. 

  • Disinfect all touch points on the vehicle after your journey.