Jersey Airport is located in the parish of Saint Peter, 4.6 miles west northwest of Saint Helier, Jersey, in the Channel Islands.
Jersey Airport Map
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Arrivals/Departures & Scanner Frequencies
Jersey Airport Scanner Frequencies:
Approach - 118.555, 120.305, 121.550
Radar - 118.550
Tower - 119.455
Ground - 121.905
ATIS - 134.680
Jersey Airport opened on 10th March 1937 with four grass runways. Concrete taxiways were added during the World War II occupation by the Luftwaffe and they also built hangars, one of which, the Jersey Airlines hangar, is still in existence although no longer used.
A 4,200ft tarmac runway was opened in 1952 and the grass strips were closed. The runway was lengthened several times over the years, reaching its current length of 5,560ft in 1976. Additional taxiways were added several years later to improve access to the one end of the runway.
Getting to Aberdeen Airport
The airport connects to the road network via a roundabout onto L'Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth II and L'Avenue de la Commune.
There is a public taxi rank, and bus stop directly outside the arrivals hall. LibertyBus route 15 is the main service between the Airport and the main bus station, Liberation Station in St Helier.
There are two public car parks at Jersey Airport. The main car park is located opposite the Departures Terminal and another one is located immediately in front of the Arrivals Terminal. Both car parks provide designated parking spaces for disabled drivers.
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