Flybe adds routes to the Isle of Man from Heathrow and Belfast City – Business Traveler

Flybe has announced plans for two “new” routes to the Isle of Man.

The regional airline has previously served the British Crown Dependency: including a route from London Heathrow – but this is the first time the airline will offer flights to and from the Isle of Man airport since his reincarnation in April this year.

From the end of October, Flybe will offer a service five times a week between Heathrow and the Isle of Man, as well as flights six times a week from the city of Belfast.

In a statement, Isle of Man Airport Director Gary Cobb said:

“We are very pleased to welcome Flybe to the island and the routes show the continued strength of the aviation industry recovery and passenger volumes to our airport.

“We believe these routes will add choice and flexibility that can only benefit the island, something I know is welcome, based on customer feedback.”

Loganair also flies between Heathrow and the Isle of Man, having resumed the route in May this year – the airline also flies between the island and Birmingham, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London City and Manchester.

Meanwhile, Easyjet serves the island from Belfast International, Bristol, Liverpool, London Gatwick and Manchester.

Flybe recently announced plans to launch flights from Newquay to Heathrow and Manchester this winter.

Flybe to launch flights from Newquay to Heathrow and Manchester,

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