HomeManchester To Jersey Manchester to Jersey The largest of the Channel Islands and a Crown dependency of the United Kingdom, Jersey lies off France's north-west coast and enjoys a warm climate in a peaceful setting. Jersey's fascinating heritage is evident across the land, from its formation as an island some 8,000 years ago to its present day as a wonderful holiday destination and business centre. With castles, museums, shopping and some magnificent countryside to explore, whether you're taking flights to Jersey with Flybe for a relaxing holiday, historical tour or business trip, your visit will be a pleasure from start to finish. For the latest information on our flight schedules from Manchester (MAN) to Jersey (JER), take a look at our Flybe timetable page for this route, and for the return journey, take a look at the Jersey to Manchester page. For tips and guidance about your trip from Manchester to Jersey, see our sections below. In a hurry? Then use the list below to fast-forward to the information you need. Jump To: Getting to Manchester Airport Manchester Airport Departures Jersey Airport Arrivals Visiting Jersey Hotels Things to see Bars and restaurants Getting more from your trip to Jersey Doing business in Jersey Getting to Manchester Airport (MAN) Getting to Manchester Airport for your flight to Jersey with Flybe is very straightforward, as the airport is conveniently located with excellent transport links and plenty of parking options. For further details, visit our Getting to Manchester Airport page. Manchester Airport Departures At a glance: Short stay and long stay car parking Book in advance via Flybe.com or book now Public transport Bus, train, coach and tram links to the airport station 1 hour of free WiFi throughout Bookable Fast Track Security Bookable Escape Lounge Cafés and restaurants Shopping including Duty Free For more detailed information, visit our dedicated Manchester Airport information page. Check-in and bag drop at Manchester Airport We recommend that you check in online prior to your flight from Manchester to Jersey. However if you are unable to do so, you can check-in and collect your boarding pass at the airport free of charge. Read more about the check-in options available by airport. Terminal 3 - Facilities before Security Newsagents Cafés Terminal 3 - Facilities after Security Cafés and restaurants Escape Lounge Retailers: Duty Free Fashion and accessories Audio, electrical and music Health and beauty Newsagents. Jersey Airport Arrivals (JER) At a glance: 5 miles from St Helier, the island's capital Less than 20 minutes' drive from St Helier in normal traffic Public transport Regular buses run to/from the Arrivals Terminal Taxi stand Car hire Book now through our preferred partners Avis or Budget Free WiFi throughout Shops, cafés, bar and duty free In Departure Lounge, additional café in Arrivals To find out more, visit our dedicated flights to Jersey page and browse other available routes. Visiting Jersey Get the most from your trip to Jersey with our Flybe guide. From hotels to suit all tastes and budgets, to places to dine, to must-see local highlights, you'll find some great ways to fill your time below. Hotels in Jersey Whether you're looking for a family-friendly hotel, somewhere away from it all, or accommodation big enough to house a business meeting, you'll find the perfect place to stay on the island of Jersey. Whatever type of hotel you require, Flybe works in partnership to make it easy for you to find hotels in Jersey. Things to see in Jersey Gorgeous scenery, an enthralling history and a serene atmosphere makes Jersey an understandably popular destination. With miles of countryside and coast to explore and streets full of local flavour, there's plenty to discover. And if you're just after relaxation, the whole island has a wonderfully laid-back ambience to soak up as you sip a local wine and watch the world go by. Flybe recommends... Elizabeth CastleOnce home to Sir Walter Raleigh, Elizabeth Castle is built on rocks in St Aubin's Bay, and has defended the island for three centuries. Accessible via a ferry or on foot at low tide. Le Mare Wine EstateDiscover wine, brandy and cream liqueur made on the island from Jersey-grown grapes. Visit the vineyards, distillery, and enjoy local produce at the on-site restaurant. Jersey Museum and Art GalleryFrom Jersey's first settlers to surrealist art and archaeological finds, Jersey's museum is the perfect introduction to the island past and present. Bars and restaurants in Jersey Arriving in Jersey on flights from Manchester with Flybe, you'll never be short of something delicious to eat on the island. With plenty of eateries, the Jersey Food Festival in May and some must-try local delicacies, Jersey is a food-lover's paradise. Flybe recommends... Bistro Rosa Situated in St Helier's old fish market, Bistro Rosa offers exquisite food at an affordable price, including a set evening menu. and plenty of choices of seafood caught off the island's coast. Doran's Courtyard Bistro A bijou delight for couples, Doran's boasts a traditional setting combined with a modern menu and a seasonally-inspired selection of food to please all palates. Cheffins Restaurant An excellent restaurant for vegetarians, fish-lovers and carnivores alike, Cheffins in St Aubin is also notable for its vintage wine selection. Getting more from your trip to Jersey Jersey has plenty to whet the appetite of any traveller, from quiet walks and scenery to shopping, a cultural history and plenty of opportunities to bring home a souvenir or two! The island may be small, but it boasts a lively nightlife too, especially in St Helier. Shopping in Jersey The pedestrianised streets of St Helier mix familiar high street names with independent boutiques St Helier's Central Market offers fruit and veg in a beautiful Victorian setting Find local craft and clothes stores in the quieter Les Quennevais in St Brelade Nightlife in Jersey The hip St Helier's Drift Bar at the Royal Yacht Hotel offers dancing, eating and table service Commercial dance club Nikita in St Helier is especially LGBT friendly Take a cask ale or two at the Old Smuggler's Inn at Ouaisne, St Brelade Beyond the streets Visit St Brelade's Bay and find watersports and beautiful sandy beaches Jersey's August Film Festival takes place at various venues across the island Explore the Jersey War Tunnels and see what life was like in an occupied territory during World War II Doing business in Jersey Well-known as a finance centre, Jersey is also rich in tourism, agriculture and communications. Its close proximity to both London and Paris make it a popular destination for business, with hotels of all styles and sizes catering for your meeting requirements. Given the location, Jersey is a great place in which to conduct your business, and you'll never be far from a place to kick back and unwind once the day's affairs are done. Conference venues and meeting facilities From intimate rooms to lavish 100+ conference suites, Jersey will cater for your business event, no matter how large or small. Below you'll find a selection of what Jersey has to offer - accessible venues of all sizes, and all boasting Jersey's outstanding hospitality. Flybe recommends... The Atlantic Hotel St Brelade location, 15 minutes' drive from St Helier Conference room for up to 60 delegates Private dining room available Events manager available AV equipment available Car parking WiFi throughout La Route de la Baie St Brelade location, 15 minutes' drive from St Helier Conference room for up to 300 delegates Executive catering packages available Beach location - team building activities available AV equipment available Car parking WiFi throughout Paid private car parking available Banjo St Helier location in former Victorian gentleman's club Conference room for up to 150 delegates Private dining room available Car parking available offsite WiFi throughout.