Thursday 9th September 2021
Starts at 11am
In September Guernsey’s skies welcome the Guernsey Air display, an absolute treat and thrill for anyone with a love of planes and history. For a couple of hours the east coast of the island becomes a giant stage for Lancasters, Spitfires and Hurricanes’ flights of pride.
The display never fails to impress, with such spectacular exhibitions as the Wildcats Aerobatics Formation Display Team and the legendary Red Arrows finale.
The full programme will be announced closer to the event.
The whole family will find something to enjoy during the “Meet the Pilots” afternoon at the airport on the day before the Display. There will be a unique chance to see some of the most iconic WWII aircraft up close.
To enjoy the best views of the Display, find a spot anywhere around St.Peter Port Harbour - White Rock pier, Castle Cornet Breakwater or the East breakwater. The planes will fly overhead north and south of the coast.
The Duke of Richmond is a 4 star hotel situated close to St. Peter Port town centre, featuring a large sun terrace, outdoor swimming pool and popular bar and restaurant.
The Best Western Hotel de Havelet is a beautiful Georgian house on the outskirts of St Peter Port town centre. The hotel features an indoor swimming pool, restaurant and grill.
The Best Western Moores Hotel is only a stone's throw from St. Peter Port harbour and sea front, providing guests with a perfect base from which to explore Guernsey.
La Collinette Self Catering offers guests a home away from home, close to St. Peter Port town centre and only a short drive from Guernsey's beaches and countryside.
Fantastically located in the centre of St. Peter Port, The Old Government House is the only establishment in Guernsey to offer 5 star luxury including extensive Spa facilities.
The Marton Guest House offers a quiet escape from the busier areas of St. Peter Port, featuring terraced woodland gardens in which to relax after a long day exploring Guernsey.
The Duke of Normandie is a 3 star boutique hotel in Guernsey's town centre, featuring a popular bar, a beer garden and a sunny courtyard.
The German Military Underground Hospital in Guernsey is the largest remaining structure from the German Occupation of the Channel Islands.
Havelet Bay is directly south of St. Peter Port's main harbour and is therefore easily accessible from the town centre.
Taking place throughout the year, these walking routes are a series of self-guided walks that showcase Guernsey at its best.