Jersey is not part of the European Union, European Economic Area or Schengen Area. However, Jersey is part of the European Union Customs Union, meaning that there is free movement of goods and trade between the island and the EU.
In addition, Jersey is part of the Common Travel Area, meaning that there are no passport controls for those coming from the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Isle of Man or the other Channel Islands. However, the airline and ferry companies usually request some form of photo ID.
Jersey Airport IATA: JER ICAO: EGJJ (http://www.jerseyairport.com) - in the parish of St. Peter. Air France, Flybe, British Airways, and Aurigny Airlines offer regular flights from London Gatwick, Stansted and Luton and other airports of Great Britain. Aer Lingus offers regular flights from Dublin, Ireland. There are also regular flights to Switzerland and the Netherlands provided by local airline Blueislands and seasonal flights from Dusseldorf with Air Berlin.