Your Safer Aurigny Experience

At Aurigny, we have been working hard to ensure your journey is as safe as possible, allowing you to fly with confidence.

To keep our passengers protected, we have updated our flying experience and we have put together everything you need to know before you travel with us, below.

Key Changes

23 Jan 2021

Guernsey is currently in full lockdown until further notice. all but essential travel is prohibited.  Full details can be found on the States of Guernsey's website.

15 Jan 2021

UK travel corridor closures: Guernsey is exempt from the UK travel corridor restrictions announced by Boris Johnson today as the Bailiwick of Guernsey is part of the common travel area. However, an Essential Travel Permit is required for all passengers wishing to travel into the Bailiwick of Guernsey. Full details can be found on the States of Guernsey's website.


13 Jan 2021

Civil Contingencies Authority: ‘Do not travel to the Bailiwick unless it is essential’ 

The Civil Contingencies Authority agreed at its meeting on the 7th January that no non-essential travel into the Bailiwick should take place. A permit is now required to travel to the Bailiwick, please see here for full details.

Essential travel means: 

· for a compassionate purpose (including but not limited to supporting a dependent relative),

· to receive medical treatment,

· to undertake essential business that cannot be transacted remotely,

· to attend school, university or other further education,

· for permanent Bailiwick residents, to return home if they are currently off-Island,

· to travel for the purposes of critical work, as an approved critical worker (in line with the existing critical worker application process) 


Essential travel does not include travel:

· to visit friends and family based in the Bailiwick

· to work in the Bailiwick if that work is not critical work and approved through the critical worker application process

New guidance is being published Here and advice can be sought by calling the COVID-19 non-clinical helpline on 01481 717118. 


22 Dec 2021

The Civil Contingencies Authority has reviewed the latest evidence relating to a new variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.  The evidence indicates the new variant is likely to be more transmissible and poses an increased risk to the community.  The CCA has therefore has agreed a number of new measures to protect the Bailiwick.

Effective immediately, those arriving from Category 4 regions and countries will be required to self-isolate until they receive a negative result from a day 13 test.  If they decline to take a day 13 test they will have to self-isolate for 21 days.

Those who choose to self-isolate with someone who has travelled to the Bailiwick will also need to adhere to the same requirement for testing on day 13 or self-isolating for 21 days, even if they did not themselves travel.

These changes are applicable to all those who arrived from 8th December and are currently in self-isolation.

Read the media release

All passengers are required to complete an online travel tracker in the 48 hours prior to travel, this must be amended if your flight is changed or delayed overnight. Find out more information about the Travel Tracker, and to create your account, please click here.

There are a few key measures which may impact your travel. You can find further information about these key points below in the FAQ section. If you have any other queries, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.


Aurigny Assurance

Because of the continuing uncertainty over travel, both to and from Guernsey as well as the frequent changes in the COVID-19 status of other destinations causing changes to our customer’s travel plans, we have introduced a “Book with confidence” scheme that will enable our customers to cancel their bookings and receive a travel voucher for future use, regardless of the reason for cancellation. This applies to all existing and new bookings made up to 31st March 2021 for any travel date after 12th March 2020, until 31st December 2021. Credit voucher requests must be made at last 2 days prior to departure.


Your Safer Aurigny Experience

We know that keeping on top of all these new regulations can be confusing, so we have created this short video to introduce your safer Aurigny experience:


FAQs