Sumburgh airport is the main airport serving Shetland in Scotland. It is located on the southern tip of the mainland south of Lerwick. The airport is owned Highlands and Islands Airports Limited and served by Loganair as well as sometimes seasonally by Atlantic Airways. There is one airline flight direct from Sumburgh to Jersey 6 times a week. It is 1,206 miles away from Jersey. The average flight time is 3 hours and 50 minutes.
Shetland has a range of attractions to offer, embrace the fresh outdoor air and get active by going for a gentle stroll or challenging hike round some of the beautiful coastline, with its striking white sandy beaches. Shetland offers an exciting variety of wildlife and culture. Spot whales, otters, seals and puffins, before visiting museums and galleries that proudly showcase a vibrant arts scene. Lerwick’s main shopping area is stretched along Commercial Street in the town centre. There are a variety of shops to visit, many selling local arts and crafts, and lovely cafés to stop by for a rest and bite to eat.