23 APRIL 2012

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Article from BTNews 23 APRIL 2012

Manx2 drops all credit and debit card charges

Based on the Isle of Man (IoM), and not officially an airline at all (it describes itself as a ‘ticket selling company’), Manx2 has abandoned credit card charges, booking fees and surcharges.  The Manx2 ‘brand’ offers flights to and from Blackpool, Belfast, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle, Gloucester, Oxford, Jersey and Anglesey, as well as Ronaldsway, IoM.  The flights are operated by various European licensed airlines.

David Buck, Managing Director of Manx2.com, said that he hoped passengers would show their support for their honest pricing and vote with their wallets: “We listened to our customers, so rather than increasing or renaming the charges as some companies have done recently, we have chosen to remove all transaction and booking fees including debit and credit card charges.

Manx2.com’s prices also include all airport taxes, a guarantee of no fuel surcharges, a free 10kg carry-on bag allowance, free online check-in, and free transfer to an earlier flight on the day of travel on a ‘space available’ basis.

On 8 May Manx2 introduces daily services from Oxford Airport to both Jersey and the Isle of Man.  The airline carried 100,000 passengers in 2011. www.manx2.com

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