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Travel to Guernsey

Flying to Guernsey

The main airline serving Guernsey is Aurigny (www.aurigny.com) which flies direct from a number of UK destinations including Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter, East Midlands, Leeds-Bradford, Manchester, Norwich, London City, London Gatwick and London Stansted. Aurigny also serves the route between Guernsey and Dinard and Grenoble in France.

Flybe (www.flybe.com) also flies to Guernsey from the UK (Cardiff, Exeter and Southampton) and from Düsseldorf in Germany.

Airport Guides

Guernsey Airport

Code

GCI

Location

The airport is 6km (4 miles) from St Peter Port.

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Flight times

From London to Guernsey is 1 hour.

Departure tax

None.

Travelling to Guernsey by Rail

Driving to Guernsey

Getting to Guernsey by boat

Guernsey is accessible via ferry from England and France and the other Channel Islands.

Ferry operators

Condor Ferries (www.condorferries.co.uk) operates car and passenger catamaran services from Poole to Guernsey (journey time - 3 hours), Portsmouth to Guernsey (journey time – 7 hours), and from St Malo, France, to Guernsey (journey time - 2 hours).

You can also take Condor Ferries from Jersey to Guernsey (journey time – 1 hour). Sark shipping company offers a ferry service from Sark to Guernsey, while Travel Trident sails daily from Herm to Guernsey.

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