Guernsey is well served with year round scheduled flight services to major UK destinations, the Channel Islands and France. In addition, there are seasonal flights for summer fun and winter wonderlands 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.
Our chartered flights include:
Dusseldorf & Stuttgart with Air Berlin
Zurich with RMR / Cityair
Rotterdam with Sunair / Buro Scanbrit / InterSky
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