Guernsey can only be reached by plane or boat.

By plane
By plane

Guernsey airport (http://www.guernsey-airpo...) has flight links to

The UK - London Gatwick and Stansted, Southampton, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, East Midlands and Exeter. There are seasonal services to Norwich, Edinburgh and Belfast.

France - Dinard. There is a seasonal service to Grenoble

Isle of Man



Netherlands - Rotterdam April-September only

Germany - Stuttgart and Dusseldorf April-September only

Flybe link Guernsey to 22 destinations including:- Scotland Aberdeen#, Edinburgh, Glasgow# and Inverness#, Ireland Belfast and Dublin#, England Birmingham, Exeter, Leeds/Bradford#, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle#, Norwich and Southampton, Switzerland Geneva#, Germany Frankfurt#, France Chambery# (winter only and Paris CDG#), Netherlands Amsterdam#, Spain Malaga#, Isle of Man# and Jersey.

Aurigny link Guernsey to similar destinations to FlyBe, but can sometimes be used as a cheaper alternative; destinations include: Gatwick, Stansted, East Midlands, Southampton, Bristol, Dinard, Grenoble, Alderney, Jersey and Manchester.

BlueIslands are the 3rd airline who operate year-round Guernsey services to and from Alderney, Geneva, Isle of Man, Jersey, Southampton and Zurich.

=A change of plane is needed

By ship
By ship

Ferries run from St Peter Port to the UK, France and other Channel Islands. There is a conventional ferry year round from Portsmouth, and high speed catamarans from Weymouth and Poole in the summer with a less frequent service in the winter. The conventional ferry runs in all weather, the catamarans can be delayed or cancelled by high seas.

The UK - Portsmouth, Poole, Weymouth

France - St Malo year-round, Dielette summer only, Granville summer only, infrequent




The two ferry operators between the Channel Islands and the UK/France are Condor Ferries ( and Manche-îles Express (http://www.manche-iles-ex...).