Travel Aware, Advice & Safety
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office have up-to-date advice on staying safe and healthy abroad. For more on security, local laws and the latest travel information, visit the FCO Travel Aware Website.
Preparing for a no deal Brexit, how does this affect you?
Passports and Driving Licences.
In the unlikely event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal, after 31 October 2019 new passport rules for travel to Europe will apply. You may need to renew your passport earlier than expected. All UK passport holders (including Guernsey and Jersey passport holders) should make sure their passports have at least 6 months validity remaining on the date they arrive in Europe. If you are planning to drive in the EU, you may also need a green card from your insurer and International Driving Permit. Please click here for further information from States of Jersey, States of Guernsey and GOV.UK. And as always, please ensure you have adequate travel insurance.
Air Travel Information
The following documents will give you general information regarding your air travel to the Channel Islands and photographic ID requirements when travelling. Due to increased security, all airlines now require photographic ID. Acceptable forms of ID vary from one airline to another.
Sea Travel Information
Condor Ferries sail from the Channel Islands to both the south coast of England and western France throughout the year as well as an inter-island route between Guernsey & Jersey. There are daily departures to Poole, Guernsey / Jersey and St. Malo Harbours.
Car Hire Information
We have partnered with Europcar to offer the very best value when hiring a car during your Jersey holiday. You can book your hire car direct with us whilst booking your holiday online, or alternatively please call 01534 496 687.
We have partnered with Sixt to offer the very best value when hiring a car during your European holiday. Your car can be collected from St. Malo Harbour terminal upon your arrival.
You can book your hire car direct with us, please contact us on 01534 496 687.
Electronic or Paper Tickets
There are two types of tickets that you'll encounter when using an airline, namely the conventional paper ticket and the electronic ticket (also known as ticket-less travel).
With an electronic ticket your booking information is held within the airline's reservation system, and is indicated as electronic tickets when you check in.
Please take a copy of your confirmation and/or reservation number to the appropriate flight check in desk on your date of travel at least 1 hour prior to your scheduled time of departure. On proof of identification (either your passport or other form of photographic ID) you will be issued with your boarding pass. The same procedure will apply for your return travel.