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Article from BTNews 13 APRIL 2015

Isle of Man air services

Following something of a change around of carriers there are now 12 direct flight routes between the UK and Isle of Man, including Belfast, Birmingham, Gatwick, Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester airports.

In time for the spring/summer holiday season also has been added Blackpool, Bristol, and Stansted which now has three return flights daily.

Citywing has reinstated double daily flights between the Island and Blackpool Airport following its sudden closure last October and subsequent reopening (See BTN 24 November)

From 19 April, easyJet will also be offering flights from Bristol to the island.  Four return services will be available a week, focusing on the weekend traveller by offering flights on Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday.
 
British Airways has also increased the number of flights between Isle of Man and London City offering three return flights daily, making it easier than ever before to fly from the capital.  www.visitisleofman.com

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