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Getting to Jersey

Posted by small chick - Created: 4 years ago
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Posted by Waismeet - 4 years ago

Aurigny no longer operate from Dinard to Jersey only to Guernsey but then you can take another flight to Jersey at extra cost.  Condor Ferries have a  daily service to Jersey at a much lower cost and the crossing takes 1.5 hours.  There is no longer a scheduled service from St Brieuc to the Channel Islands.  

Hope this helps.

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Posted by camion - 4 years ago

You can fly from brest to jersey depending on the time of year with flybe, I think you can fly from St brieuc also, at least you used to be able to, havent looked at that route for a while.

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Posted by Bollydolly-889742 - 4 years ago

Aurigny still fly Dinard to Jersey but it is via Guernsey. It doesn't show in the timetable drop down menu, just put your details on the flight section and it will give you the DNR/JER flight details. I think it's quite a long lay over!

Good luck :-)

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Posted by LRV24 - 4 years ago

http://www.jerseyairport.com/uploads/pdf/JERS15_AtAGlance.pdf

 

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Posted by small chick - 4 years ago

Yes,that's what i thought. I have flown there before with them...years ago,but i looked on the Aurigny site,and Jersey was not included on any timetable.

Thanks anyway.

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Posted by muffinam-389555 - 4 years ago

Aurigny used to fly from Dinard.