Currently, if you are travelling from the Common Travel Area (UK, the Isle of Man and the Republic of Ireland) and have had both doses of your vaccine, with the second dose being at least 14 days prior to travel, you will be able to arrive with no self-isolation requirements on arrival. Fully vaccinated travellers into the Bailiwick will be provided with lateral flow tests on arrival.
Those who are not fully vaccinated, or travelling via the UK to Guernsey from other destinations around the world, will need to check what category they currently fall into.
When we're not affected by the current travel restrictions, a number of airlines operate flights to Guernsey from regional and international airports across the UK including London Gatwick, Manchester, East Midlands, Birmingham, Bristol, Southampton and more.
Aurigny flies from London Gatwick, London Stansted, Manchester, East Midlands, Bristol, Southampton, Exeter, Birmingham, Southampton, Norwich and Leeds Bradford as well as Alderney.
Blue Islands operates direct routes from Southampton and Jersey. One Stop Indirect routes via Southampton from Edinburgh*, Glasgow* & Newcastle.* (*First leg flown by codeshare partner Loganair.)
One Stop Indirect routes from Edinburgh*, Glasgow* and Newcastle* via Southampton. (*Second leg flown by codeshare partner Blue Islands.) Keep a look out for announcements of new routes.