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Guernsey is well served with year round scheduled flight services to major UK destinations and the other Channel Islands. In addition, there are seasonal flights to summer and winter destinations plus chartered European flights. 

Guernsey is a popular destination for tourists, visiting friends and family and has a large number of business travellers using the airport with thanks to the strong economy of the island.



Enjoy a 15 minute flight from Guernsey to the second largest of our islands, Alderney. For those who prefer to travel by sea, you can also take the daily ferry in peak season. Whether you want to wander around the cobbled streets of St Anne’s, hire a bike or explore the island by boat, with its many historical sites, rich wildlife and the channel’s only railway, there is so much to discover in Alderney.


Britain’s second largest city, Birmingham is an industrial hub with a vibrant, creative heart. There’s a whole host of quirky adventures waiting to be discovered in the city – from cultural festivals to unique street art tours. 

Explore the city’s forgotten underground canals with an expert guide, checking out the home of the infamous Peaky Blinders, or celebrate the city’s cuisine and shopping.


The first city in the UK to win the prestigous award of European Green Capital in recognition of its "progressive, creative and conscious approach to urban living".

Discover things to do in Bristol born out of the city’s centuries-old heritage and irrepressible creative spirit. Float over historic landmarks in a beautiful balloon, seek out world-class street art and follow the sound of live music flowing into cobbled streets.


Long known for its lovable locals and welcoming atmosphere, Dublin is consistently voted as one of the world’s friendliest cities by global travel authorities such as Condé Nast Traveler and Lonely Planet, and the world of Twitter, too. 

East Midlands

Located in the heart of England, East Midlands airport presents the opportunity to visit several of the UK's well-known cities and landscapes including Derby, Leicester and Nottingham, famed for the home of Robin Hood - Sherwood Forest.


Steeped in history, Edinburgh seamlessly blends old and new, providing locals with the perfect destination to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of a diverse and vibrant city. The Scottish capital is famous for its New Year Hogmany, and its summer Festival.


Exeter is an ancient maritime city where you can still see the 2,000 year-old Roman Walls, visit the Gothic cathedral or enjoy the cafes and and galleries on the Historic Quayside by the River Exe.


Glasgow is one of the UK and Europe’s most vibrant and diverse destinations, and is recognised as a world-class city to visit. Glasgow’s nineteenth-century townscape and the critical legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s work are assets of world renown.

Meanwhile, Glasgow's city centre is home to flagship stores, impressive shopping centres and designer favourites all within an easily walkable area.

Grenoble (winter only)

Known as the gateway to the French Alps, Grenoble is the perfect destination for winter sports.  Regular transfer buses take you from Grenoble Airport to over 20 ski resorts including Alpe d'Huez, Les Deux Alpes, Val Thorens and Tignes.


Jersey is the most southerly located of the Channel Islands, lying just 22kms from the French coast in the Bay of St Malo.  The island has stunning beaches and scenery as well offering a wide selection of excellent places to eat.

Leeds Bradford

Whether you are a family looking for fun filled entertainment, a couple looking for a romantic break, or a group of friends searching for some inspiring experiences; Leeds has something for everyone.


Home to the Beatles and two hugely successful football clubs, Liverpool is one of England’s most legendary cities, and definitely somewhere to visit if you haven't been before.


The Capital of England is our most popular destination for leisure and business travel. Its airports are also a major hub for onward travel across the globe. 

A modern and thriving 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times, enjoy everything London has to offer from live music, sport, culture and world-famous landmarks including the Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey.


Labelled as the Capital of the North, Manchester is a rapidly developing city which has overcome industrial decline to become the cosmopolitan metropolis it is today.


With a city centre boasting some of England’s finest Georgian architecture, Newcastle is a hub for shopping, from the independent stores and quirky shops of Grainger Town to the latest big brand names of Eldon Square


Norwich became England's first UNESCO City of Literature in 2012, one of only six cities worldwide. 

The city is abound with history, great for shopping and surrounded by the beautiful Norfolk countryside.


As the capital of France, Paris offers tourists plenty to keep them busy. A stop at the Eiffel Tower - the most visited tourist attraction in the world - is a given, but there’s also Notre Dame, one of the oldest gothic cathedrals in the world and for art lovers, The Louvre houses the largest museum in the world, and includes Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, probably the most famous painting in the world.


Southampton is renowned for its port - the cruise capital of Europe, the variety of galleries, museums on offer such as the SeaCity, and theatre.  It also boasts award winning parks of over 300 acres and enviable shopping facilities.