Jersey Airport is home to many light and general aviation aircraft that benefit from the various airport services available to them. Jersey is a great place to learn to fly or improve your flying skills and benefits from the beautiful backdrop of the Channel Islands scenery and helpful ATC services.
Our island gateway was named ‘Best Aerodrome’ by the UK Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association for its outstanding facilities and helpful service in 2017. Jersey Airport welcomes and encourages visiting aircraft.
General aviation handling
Jersey Aero Club
Jersey Aero Club has adequate parking for visiting aircraft and fuel is available on request.
It has a long and proud history at Jersey Airport which started back in 1950. Visiting aircraft under three metric tonnes will be handled by the Aero Club. Light aircraft parking is available on the grass at the east end of the Aero Club hangar.
The Aviator Bar is based at Jersey Aero Club and is open every day from 10am to 4pm for food and bar service.
For more information on handling for visiting General Aviation, please see www.jerseyaeroclub.com/general-aviation-procedures
Contact Jersey Aero Club
T: +44 (0) 1534 743990
General aviation maintenance
Channel Island Aero Services
Channel Island Aero Services also provide light aircraft maintenance and servicing facilities should you require any repairs on your journey.
Fuel is available on request via the Aero Club operations office or direct from ATF Fuel – https://je.atffuels.com/fuels/aviation-fuel/
Contact Channel Islands Aviation Services
T: +44 (0) 1534 742373
Jersey 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, you 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.
It is essential to present all crew and passengers to the Aero Club operations on arrival and departure.