Jersey Airport has one executive handling agent for aircraft and passengers. Visiting aircraft over three metric tonnes will be handled by Gama Aviation. The corporate aviation facilities include all of the modern amenities, including aircraft hangarage on request for private and executive clients.
Charges are payable at the FBO operation desk, which will include airport fees such as landing and parking charges,
Fuel is available on request from ATF Fuels
Airport out-of-hours opening can be requested via your handling agent.
Jersey based corporate aviation companies
We have a state-of-the-art VIP passenger lounge for private jet users, business jet crew facilities and readily accessible slots.
Telephone +44 (0) 1534 496496
Jersey Jet Centre
Private and corporate air charter solutions for the Channel Islands is provided by Isle-Fly, part of the locally owned Jersey Jet Centre aviation management company. They are based at the Jersey Aero Club complex. Isle-Fly provides commercially certified passenger aircraft for up to eight passengers with the option for more on charter flights throughout the UK and Europe.
Telephone +44 (0) 1534 811996
ORTAC is an authentic Channel Islands aviation management business, offering aircraft operators a flexible and bespoke service to meet their personal requirements, including aircraft charter. Using a Channel Islands AOC, ORTAC maintains a 24/7 operations headquarters at Jersey Airport – centrally located, outside the EU, but only 30 minutes from the London and Paris hubs.
Telephone +44 (0) 1534 750750
Proair was developed to specialise in aircraft charter, aircraft management and aircraft sales, making it one of the few companies with the ability to fulfil every aspect of a client’s specific requirements. Proair is not only seen as a market leader, but as a pioneer in the future of private aviation. The flexibility of Proair offers all aviation services under one umbrella, ensuring a cost-effective and seamless transition.
Telephone +44 (0) 800 689 99 66
Fax +44 (0) 700 602 89 87
Immigration, Jersey Customs and Special Branch requirements
Jersey Immigration, Jersey Customs and Police Special Branch require all pilots to complete and file a General Declaration prior to your arrival in Jersey.
If you enter or leave Jersey by private aircraft, the pilot must complete and submit a General Declaration form prior to departure. This lets them know who you are and where you’re from and if you have goods to declare.
General declaration forms are reviewed by Jersey Customs and Immigration Service and the States of Jersey Police.