The Isle of Man's only
airport, Ronaldsway, is located in the south of the island between
Castletown and Ballasalla, and serves over 700,000 passengers
It is equipped to international standards of navigational/electronic aids and passenger facilities, and in 2008 the runway was extended by 245 metres (804 ft) out into the Irish Sea. This has enabled the island to facilitate larger aircrafts.
Frequent passenger and freight services are operated by Flybe, Citywing, Easyjet, Aer Lingus, Loganair and British Airways.
Frequent flights are provided to and from the following:
London (City and Gatwick)
Onward international flight connections can be accessed from most of the above destinations. There are also some direct flights, mainly in peak holiday times, to places such as Faro, Madeira and Cyprus.
Other Air Traffic
Holiday, Royal Mail, Datapost and newspaper charter flights complete a busy air transport environment, supplemented by frequent air taxi and private executive movements.
A recently completed hangar for private planes sits within Ronaldsway Airport's grounds, and a separate terminal is in use. For more information, visit The Private Jet Company.
For a more detailed overview of air links to and from the Isle of Man, along with contact details, click here.