Cheap Flights from London to Guernsey (LOND - GCI)
Flight information London to Guernsey
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Average flight time, total distance 187 miles
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This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from London to Guernsey
Aurigny Air Services fly to Guernsey from London-Stansted, London-Gatwick and London-City.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
From City: There's only one terminal at this no-frills business-centric airport. There are five places to grab a bite or a coffee, and three shops (Aelia Duty Free, Links of London and Tumi). Free Wi-Fi is available throughout, just in case you need to send any last-minute emails.
From Gatwick: Flights to Guernsey usually depart from the South Terminal. The terminal is huge and has a massive array of shops and restaurants. As Guernsey isn't part of the EU you can enjoy duty free shopping in the likes of Joules, Kurt Geiger and World Duty Free. Restaurants are available for every budget and taste, from champagne and seafood to burgers and beer. The South Terminal has one executive lounge run by No.1 Traveller (prices start at £25* per adult) and some Regus Express Work Pods (£10*) per half hour.
From Stansted: There's only one terminal at this airport but the departure lounge has an excellent selection of shops and eateries. High street names like Boots and Hamleys sit side by side with World Duty Free. There's an Escape Lounge, and James Martin has a restaurant at the airport too.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Guernsey Airport is small and only has one terminal. You can take a bus from the airport to anywhere on the island for a flat rate of £1*. Private hire taxis are available. You can ring one on arrival or pre-arrange your transfer. Car hire is a popular option in Guernsey, and both Avis and Eurpocar have desks at the airport. Compare car hire at Guernsey airport to find the best deals.
Along with the UK and Ireland, Guernsey is a member of the Common Travel Area. You don't need your passport to fly to Guernsey from London. You will need some approved photographic ID for security reasons. A full list of approved ID is available on the airline's website, but usually valid driving licenses, NUS cards and ID badges from recognised companies are accepted.
What to expect in Guernsey
Guernsey isn't technically a member of the UK, but the Pound Sterling (£) is the island's currency. Prices in Guernsey are quite high, and can sometimes rival London. The island has a pleasant year-round climate. Its diminutive size of twelve by five miles is perfect for getting around by car or bicycle. The bus service is fantastic, and you can usually hail buses between stops if you're not in a town.
*Prices subject to change
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