Fly to the Isle of Man from Liverpool Airport

Hotel News - 18/08/2005

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Low-cost airline Aer Arann has announced the launch of new flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to the Isle of Man.

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Aer Arann, the Irish regional airline, will fly four times a day from the island to Liverpool, starting from October 3, 2005. Primarily aimed at commuters, the first flight will leave the Isle of Man at 7:00 BST.

However, the airline is also hopeful that Manx residents heading to the mainland for shopping trips or excursions will use the new flights, and travellers planning an overnight stay might like to consider some of the airport hotels available at Liverpool.

The service has been launched in response to Emerald Airways' decision to withdraw from the airport.

Aer Arann already flies from Isle of Man Airport to the Irish capital of Dublin and is considering launching flights to additional destinations from the airport next year.

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