Regular public service buses connect Guernsey Airport directly with St Peter Port and other destinations around the island. Public buses cannot be used to if you have recently arrived on island from outside the Bailiwick to your self-isolation address for COVID-19.

Stage 3 Travel Advice - COVID-19

Guernsey Airport apron

Anyone from outside the Bailiwick of Guernsey wishing to travel between 22 March 2021 and 30 April 2021 will currently be subject to a mandatory 14 days of self-isolation on arrival in Guernsey, Alderney.

For full guidance on on self-isolation and other aspects of travel please visit the States of Guernsey's website

In line with guidance agreed with the States of Guernsey's Public Health Services team, passengers must continue to wear face masks at all times in the following circumstances. 

  • Arriving into Guernsey and onto their self-isolation address.

  • Whilst transiting through the Guernsey Airport passenger terminal building and waiting for a flight conection to Alderney. Alderney bound passengers must immediately proceed to check in, through security to the designated seating area provided in departures.

  • All passengers must wear a face mask or a face covering when entering the terminal building in both Guernsey and Alderney Airports for departing flights.

Passengers travelling into or out of the Bailiwick of Guernsey must follow these requirements.

Advice on picking up passengers before they embark on self-isolation can be found here.

There no longer a legal requirement to hold an essential travel permit from the States of Guernsey.