Visiting Pilots Information
Visiting GA plots of light aircraft under 3 tonnes are handled by the Jersey Aero Club in a joint venture with our flight training partner Synergy Aviation.
Any aircraft over 3 tonnes, helicopters, and any aircraft needing hard standing (as opposed to grass parking) needs to be handled by Gama Aviation who can be contacted at https://www.gamaaviation.com/locations/jersey-airport/.
In order to operate in and out of Jersey Airport, GA pilots must present their pilots licence, supported by a Government issued ID, which includes a photograph, (I.E. Driving licence or passport, and passengers must also present their government issued ID upon request.
A Jersey Gendec must be completed and sent prior to your flight to Jersey (this includes from other Islands). To complete and send the form properly, please download the form to your computer and use Adobe Reader to edit it. The form and instructions for use can be found at https://www.gov.je/Travel/MaritimeAviation/CivilAviation/pages/privatepilots.aspx
Please note that all arrivals from outside the Common Travel Area must have a Passport – a national ID card is no longer applicable – more information can be found at https://www.gov.je/Travel/InformationAdvice/Visitors/pages/visapassportrequirements.aspx
GA Jersey is a downloadable useful document with all information on landing fees, handling, fueling, taxis etc.
For any other information on handling or flight training, please email email@example.com or call then on +44 1534 743990.
Flt Lt Syd Bowsher returns to the Aero Club to give us another talk about some of his more hair-raising experiences from his flying career.