Travel to the Bailiwick of Guernsey is currently restricted. For more information Click Here

Coronavirus Covid-19 Update

As we continue to exit from lock down, travel restrictions do still remain in place.

All persons arriving in to The Islands of Guernsey ('the Bailiwick') from anywhere in the world must self-isolate for 21 days on arrival, unless opting to take a test following 13 days of self-isolation and receive a negative result thereafter.

Where you are required to self-isolate for 21 (or 14) days, you must not leave your accommodation and you must not leave the Island. This is a legal requirement, and failure to comply is a criminal offence. 

Latest information can be found here.

current Travel Restrictions (Phase 5c)

Guernsey is now in Phase 5c of the Exit from Lockdown Framework. Anyone arriving into The Islands, including private vessels and aircraft, will need to create a Travel Tracker account and register their journey. The only exemption to this is intra-Bailiwick flights.

Phase 5c sees the introduction of testing on arrival for the vast majority of travellers coming into the Bailiwick and four category groups for countries and regions - Categories 1-4. 

More information about phase 5c and the new categories can be found here:

Find out more information about the Travel Tracker, and to create your account, please click here.

We ask our visitors for your continued patience and we will provide further updates as and when they are announced.

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Isle of Man

An air bridge has been formed between the two islands with Guernsey's airline,
Visitors from Isle of Man can find out more about booking a trip to the Islands of Guernsey here. Please note, wearing of face masks during the flight is required.

*update 22 october 2020*

The Isle of Man air bridge has been suspended following the requirement for passengers arriving into the Isle of Man to quarantine for 14 days. As a result, Aurigny has cancelled all flights, with a final flight operating on Saturday 24th October to repatriate passengers.  Any passengers affected should contact the airline as a matter of urgency. 

For more information on the following exemptions and variations:

Business Tunnel

Critical Worker Travel:

Medical Travel:

Compassionate Travel:


Updated 30th October 2020