Jersey is the southernmost island of the British Channel Islands and lies within the English Channel. With airfare to Jersey, you will arrive at the airport in the parish of Saint Peter. This airport strives to create an impression to all tourists who visit there. The Airport was built and officially opened in March of 1937 taking up a total of 97 acres of land. The airport plays a significant role in island industries such as tourism and finance. It serves Gatwick and Heathrow. British Airways has also been able to offer direct flights to other UK cities as well as Jersey flights to Paris since 1994.
Jersey transportation ranges from island ferries, bicycles and cars to taxis and buses. The bus service is offered by Connex bus service, which is a local subsidiary of Veolia Transportation. Detailed maps indicating routes can be found at almost every bus stop. There are two types of taxis available in Jersey, the restricted and controlled taxis. Restricted taxis are identified by a white sign and usually have the company's name on the side, whereas, the controlled taxi services are indicated by yellow roof signs. In Jersey, they drive on the left hand side of the road at maximum speed limit of 40 mph/ 64km per hour which is lowered on certain stretches of road.
Save with your airfare to Jersey and explore the many different attractions. Among these, include the Elizabeth castle, which was built in the 1590's and named after Queen Elizabeth 1 by Sir Raleigh, whilst he was governor. Others such as the Jersey war tunnels and Saint Catherine's Wood are also memorable and visually provoking attractions that are not to be missed. The Corbiere Lighthouse and the Jersey Zoo are also worth mentioning for their beauty, unique design and inhabitants.
There are many cheap flights to Jersey, which will open your mind to agriculture, history and relaxation. Jersey has an abundance of spectacular restaurants and shopping experiences, which cater to a wide variety of tastes and styles. Victoria's Restaurant awards a seasonal, creative local menu to tantalize taste buds. During the spring food festival, you will find a variety of promotions available which allow both home makers and tourists to partake in sampling the island's finest collection of dishes at extremely special prices. The nightlife consists of clubs such as Club 72, which introduces live music & dance, and the Pure Bar & Club, which plays funk music.