Showing posts with label Jersey. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jersey. Show all posts

26 September, 2021

Norwich – Jersey service for Summer 2022

Channel Islands airline to fly direct to Jersey

Direct flights to Jersey from Norwich will once again be possible from next summer as Channel Islands-based airline, Blue Islands has announced it will serve convenient twice-weekly flights as it further enhances its regional network with seats available to book now at blueislands.com.

Rob Veron, CEO of Blue Islands, said: “As Jersey’s airline, we’re thrilled to be providing new direct flights from Norwich and we look forward to welcoming new visitors from Norfolk to our beautiful island next summer as we grow our regional network.”

Although just 9 x 5 miles, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands. It boasts a diverse coastline with amazing beaches and dramatic cliffs, together with a rich history, unique culture and mouth-watering cuisine created using the freshest local ingredients from the land and sea available at every turn!

Amanda Burns, CEO Visit Jersey, said: “Visit Jersey is delighted with this very positive announcement, which demonstrates the growing appeal of Jersey and provides a much-needed connection from East Anglia. We very much look forward to welcoming Blue Islands visitors from Norwich next year.”

05 February, 2021

Loganair to start Newcastle - Jersey service

Loganair, the UK regional airline with the Scottish flair has confirmed it will start a new direct service between Newcastle and Jersey as part of its 2021 summer schedule.

The route starts on May 28th and will be operating twice per week on Fridays and Sundays until July 6th when it will increase to three times weekly with the addition of a Tuesday service until October 26th. 

The airline will be flying a 49-seat Embraer 145 regional jet on the route and has said fares will start at £75.99 one-way.

Kay Ryan, Loganair’s chief commercial officer, said: "We are very excited by the potential of this new route, and believe it will prove extremely popular as it is increasingly likely that British holidaymakers’ options will be unfortunately severely limited this year.

 The route will ensure customers from two airports in the North East have access to one of the most beautiful and popular holiday destinations in the British Isles, one which provides more than a hint of being overseas with its French place names and climate."

29 January, 2021

WIN a little island break for when the time is right to travel again.



We all need something to look forward to at the moment, so we’re giving you an opportunity to WIN a little island break to Jersey for when it is safe to travel again. All you have to do is share your details to be in with a chance of winning.

We realise the world feels a little topsy-turvy at the moment and we can't welcome you to Jersey just now, but we hope you will be able to plan an island break when you're able to travel again. 



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16 September, 2020

Destinations............Jersey, an island of exotic charm on your doorstep.

With European holiday hot spots filling up and getting more expensive, a holiday closer to home is looking more and more viable, making Jersey in the Channel Islands far more desirable than ever before.

The golden island offers a wonderful array of holiday possibilities, closer to home, and with more security and peace of mind.  The isle of Jersey may only be 45 square miles, but the island manages to fit a lot into that space!  The island has a unique charm that is both exotic and reassuringly familiar that offers something for everyone and with such short flight times, is pretty much on our doorstep!  

Top places to visit include the wonderful St. Ouen's Bay, a wonderful expanse of natural beauty. Jersey's west coast is five miles long, and at least three of those miles are covered in golden sand. The beach along St. Ouen's Bay is popular in spring, summer, and autumn.  Even in winter, especially as it is a prime spot for surfing it still attracts visitors from far and wide. So good is it for surfing that the British and European Championships having taken place there a number of times over the years.

Plenty of places to relax, walk, picnic or just enjoy the sand and the peace. Maybe stroll down to El Tico for a bite to eat.  This little restaurant has great views,  good food, although the portions have got a fair bit smaller in recent times, they are still good quality meals, a table outside in fine weather is ideal.  Not only do you have fine views of the beach and sea, depending on wind and weather conditions, you can also even see aircraft coming in on approach to the island's airport. 
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23 August, 2020

Jersey - more desirable than ever

With European holiday hot spots getting more and more expensive, a holiday closer to home is looking more and more attractive.  Making Jersey in the Channel Islands far more desirable than ever before.

The golden island offers a wonderful array of holiday possibilities, closer to home, and with more security and peace of mind.  The isle of Jersey may only be 45 square miles, but the island manages to fit a lot into that space! 

Top places to visit include the wonderful St. Ouen's Bay, a wonderful expanse of natural beauty. Jersey's west coast is five miles long, and at least three of those miles are covered in golden sand. The beach along St. Ouen's Bay is popular in spring, summer, and autumn.  Even in winter, especially as it is a prime spot for surfing it still attracts visitors from far and wide. So good is it for surfing that the British and European Championships having taken place there a number of times over the years.

Plenty of places to relax, walk, picnic or just enjoy the sand and the peace. Maybe stroll down to El Tico for a bite to eat.  This little restaurant has great views,  good food, although the portions have got a fair bit smaller in recent times, they are still good quality meals, a table outside in fine weather is ideal.  Not only do you have fine views of the beach and sea, depending on wind and weather conditions, you can also even see aircraft coming in on approach to the island's airport. 
Corbiรจre Lighthouse

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