More than 20,000 people are expected to travel through Jersey's airport between Thursday 14 April and Tuesday 18 April, which is close to pre-pandemic levels.
Nearly 23,000 travelled in and out of the island over the 2019 Easter holiday.
Ports of Jersey is asking that passengers allow more time for their journey as this year's 'Easter Getaway' begins.
Many flights will be departing within minutes of each other, which will lead to longer queues.
Passengers who need help with their journey are being asked to contact their airline before going to the airport.
Easter Eggs are allowed in hand luggage but may be screened. Liquids aren't allowed.