Flights from Jersey airport travel to many European destinations including Italy, Croatia, Spain, Tunisia, France, Germany, Switzerland and Portugal as well as most important towns and cities in UK from Cardiff, to Glasgow, Dublin, Manchester, Exeter, London City, Southend and Edinburgh.
Facilities at the airport include car rental, with Europcar, Hertz and Avis having offices here. Within the airport passengers will find a Starbucks cafe which serves coffee and other refreshments daily from 5.45am onwards and a bar which was newly opened in 2009.
On arriving at the airport, pre-security there is a restaurant, the World News Cafe, which serves light refreshments and also sells newspapers, confectionery and last minute essential items for the flight. There are also a number of vending machines on-site selling cold drinks and snacks.
There are two public car parks at the airport – a long stay park which is situated in front of the departure hall and has spaces for disabled drivers, and a short stay, which is situated in front of the arrivals hall: Prices are currently 60 pence per hour.
There is a drop-off and pick up area in front of the terminal building but no waiting time is allowed – cars will be towed away if found in this area. There is free parking for bikes and motorbikes.
All the main airport facilities are located on the first floor of the airport to aid those with decreased mobility – a lift which can accommodate a wheelchair takes passengers to the first floor viewing area. For families with young children and babies there are designated baby change rooms and highchairs, and children’s meals can be supplied upon request.
There are cash point machines available to passengers both for those arriving and departing dispensing both Euros and British sterling, and there is a bureau de change situated in the departures hall.