Parking at Jersey Airport will remain free until charges are reintroduced on Monday 07 September 2020, having been suspended since March when lockdown began.
A series of measures have been implemented in recent months to ensure the public’s continuing safety and wellbeing. Entry to the buildings remains limited to passengers and staff only, as well as those who need access to post office services in the Departures Terminal. To make it easier for owners to pay for their parking without having to enter either building, the parking pay-machines are being relocated to a dedicated covered area outside the Arrivals Terminal, to help ensure physical distancing can be maintained.
Passengers can still be dropped off immediately in front of the Departures Terminal and an area alongside the approach road to the building has also been designated for use as a limited time free pick up zone.
Anyone parking their vehicle up until 6am on Monday 07 September can do so for free as charges will only be incurred effective from this date. Parking charges remain unchanged from previous; 80 pence per hour or part of in the main car park and 80 pence per half hour or part of in the car park immediately in front of the Arrivals building.
Free designated parking for motorcycles and bicycles is also available at Jersey Airport.
Ports of Jersey Press Release