Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands and rich in history, scenic landscapes and local produce, will be exhibiting at World Travel Market 2023 on stand N9-200 from Monday 6th to Wednesday 8th November, and will be joined by Tricia Warwick, CEO of Visit Jersey.
Responding to increasing inter-island travel demand; Blue Islands is adding extra flights in November. Rob Veron, CEO Blue Islands said, “We’re all now enjoying the value of face-to-face meetings once again, as such we have seen demand for inter-island travel steadily returning.
The government of Jersey has announced that all current requirements under the Safer Travel policy will be suspended, with a return to unrestricted, pre-pandemic inbound travel arrangements.
Visit Jersey has announced the launch of a new campaign, ‘Jersey, Curiously Brit…(ish)’. It will launch on December 26th, running on digital, out of home, television and print until April.
Wizz Air is launching its first ever domestic service, with flights from its Doncaster Sheffield and Cardiff bases to Jersey. Beginning in July, these flights will operate twice weekly.
As Covid-19 restrictions ease throughout the UK, Jersey, the largest Channel Island, has announced the re-opening of its borders. Guests from the UK and Crown Dependencies will be welcome from April 26th.
The campaign sees the tourist board continuing its message of Little Island Big Spirit, emphasising that Jersey is the ultimate island break for visitors looking to reconnect with loved ones.
As winter approaches and staycations remain at the forefront of bookings, the government of Jersey has announced key changes to the Safer Travel Policy on the island.
Blue Islands has announced a plan to restore key routes at Southampton Airport, flying an ATR72 in brand-new corporate colours. The aircraft touched down at the airport from its Jersey base earlier, as the airline confirmed four initial routes.