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Blue Islands Limited is an airline which operates in and near the Channel Islands. Its main bases of operation are Guernsey Airport and Jersey Airport. Blue Islands operates scheduled services from and within the Channel Islands to the United Kingdom. In addition, this innovative airline has added a weekday, hourly shuttle between Jersey and Guernsey. The airline's head office is in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, and its registered office is in Saint Anne, Alderney. Please visit our travel documents page to find out whether you need a passport to visit Jersey or Guernsey.
Blue Islands used to operate under the Flybe livery since junio 2016, but since Flybe ceased operations in marzo 2020, Blue Islands started its own operations.
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Blue Islands flies to a number of UK destinations including Bristol, East Midlands, Southampton, Jersey and Guernsey. The airline also currently flies to Zurich, Ibiza, Mallorca, Barcelona, and Corsica and has future plans to open up a route to and from Rennes, in France.
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Jersey Airport is located in the parish of Saint Peter, northwest of Saint Helier in Jersey, in the Channel Islands. One runway is equipped at the airport and in 2018, the airport was serving over 1.6 million passengers.
The airport has a small selection of shops and cafes for you to choose from before your flight and there is complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the terminals.
Blue Islands operates a fleet of ATR turboprop aircraft including the ATR 72-500 and ATR 42-320. These two aircraft types have a range between 1025 to 1180 miles. The ATR42-320 has a capacity of 46 seats whereas the ATR72-500 can accommodate 68 to 70 passengers onboard.
Blue Islands' planes are boarded via the rear so choose one of those seats if you're wanting to disembark quickly. The toilets are also located at the back of the aircraft.
Currently, Blue Islands have 5 ATR 72-500's in their fleet.