Blue islands have announced they will restart flights from the 26th of April following the announcement from the Jersey government relaxing travel restrictions between Jersey and the United Kingdom.
From the 26th of April, the airline will be rotating off to Southampton, Bristol, Birmingham and Exeter and more routes will resume later on as long as the demand stays high and the Covid-19 risk is low.
Rob Veron, CEO Blue Islands said, “Today’s announcement is incredibly exciting, this is the news we have all been waiting for and provides assurance for consumers who are eager to travel. The easing of travel restrictions and aligning with the UK Common Travel Area means that the beautiful island of Jersey is open and ready to safely welcome guests once again.
“This will be an amazing opportunity to visit a beautiful and safe island, so close to home. Whether you are looking for a short break or a longer holiday, a trip to Jersey will feel a world away this summer. We are working closely with Visit Jersey to ensure that Jersey as a visitor destination will be more appealing than ever.”
“We know how important flexibility is right now, for peace of mind we have free upgrades to allow changes to be made for any reason up to three hours before departure so everyone can book with confidence.
“We can’t wait to welcome our customers on board again, where of course our enhanced wellbeing measures will continue.”