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Cheap Flights from Jersey to London

Flight information Jersey to London

cheapest return price from Jersey to London last month

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airlines fly direct from Jersey to London

84

flights a week from Jersey to London

0h 55min

average flight time from Jersey to London, total distance 190 miles

British Airways

was the most popular airline flying from Jersey to London last month

4 airports

London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted and London Luton

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This information is correct as of May 2016

Airlines that fly from Jersey to London

British Airways and easyJet fly direct to London-Gatwick, with easyJet also operating flights to London-Luton and London-Southend. Flybe fly from Jersey to London-City.

Terminal Information – Departing

Jersey Airport is small, with just one terminal. There are two cafes before passing through security, with a bar and a restaurant after. Shops at the airport include WH Smith, World Duty Free and Healthspan pharmacy. There are also souvenir shops: Jersey Pearl, Jersey Pottery and La Mare Wine Estate. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport. The airport has two executive lounges, both affiliated with airlines. The British Airways Lounge is available to all BA Executive cardholders, Priority Pass, Airport Angels and One World passengers as well as some Flybe passengers (depending on ticket class).

Read more about Jersey Airport.

Terminal Information – Arriving

At London-City: The Docklands Light Rail (DLR) connects the airport to the city and the underground system. Bus routes 473 and 474 run between the airport and London. Black taxis and mini-cabs are available from the airport. Car hire is also possible.

At London-Gatwick: British Airways and easyJet both land at the north terminal. To reach Gatwick's train station you need to take the free inter-terminal shuttle to the south terminal. Express trains run regularly to Victoria. If you're not in a hurry you can save money by jumping on a non-express route. Alternative transport methods from Gatwick are bus, coach, taxi and car rental.

At London-Luton: Luton Parkway train station is a ten minute journey from the airport by (free) shuttle bus. From there it takes around 40 minutes to reach St Pancras International by train. Luton is also served by coach and taxi. Car hire from Luton Airport is a good choice if you want to head away from the city and do a bit of exploring.

At London-Southend: trains run from Southend Airport to Liverpool Street station in the city centre as well as Stratford, where you can connect onto the underground. Coaches, taxis and car hire are available as always.

Practical Information

You don't need a passport to fly from Jersey to London as both fall within the Common Travel Area. You will still be asked to show some approved photographic identification, however: usually driving licenses, recently expired passports, and officially issued ID such as an NUS cards and council bus passes are acceptable. Check your airline website for a full and up-to-date list.

What to expect in London

Britain's buzzing capital has attractions to suit every taste: fantastic restaurants, regal attractions, and plenty to keep kids occupied. If you're booking business flights to London, it's worth choosing the later flight home and making the most of your visit. Our London City Guide has plenty of tips to help you get to grips with the Big Smoke, but if you're tight on time stick to our top ten things to do.

*Prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 15 days.