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The Isle of Man airport also known as Ronaldsway is located in the south of the island near to Castletown. Douglas, the island's capital, is 20 minutes away by road. 

Many airlines operate to the isle, from some UK and Irish airports. The only real exception is London Heathrow, as there are no direct links. Flight times from Liverpool take around 30 minutes or around 1 hour from London. Public transport can is available outside the terminal building along with a taxi rank.

Aer Lingus: Dublin  British Airways: London City  Eastern Airways: Belfast City, Glasgow, Newcastle Easyjet: Bristol, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton  Flybe: Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester  Logan Air: Edinburgh


Flights via the UK & Ireland to the Isle of Man

If you are looking to fly to the Isle of Man, then you have a choice of airports in the UK and Ireland that offer direct routes to the island. The island has many regional connections to the UK and Ireland but no international flights, fly directly to the Isle of Man. 

There is no direct link from the Isle of Man to London Heathrow. Although many long haul international flights do fly into this airport, it is worth looking into the alternative options such as Dublin, London Gatwick, and Manchester which provide direct flights to the island.

From Europe

There is no shortage of flight options from Europe to the UK and Ireland. Many flag carriers and low-cost airlines offer a broad range of routes. 

Flybe and Easyjet offer extensive options to most of the airports that serve the island. Aer Lingus and Ryanair offer routes to Dublin and other airlines such as British Airways, Air France, and Lufthansa have flights into Manchester, London City, London Gatwick.

From USA

There are many options available when flying from the USA. Aer Lingus, Delta, and American Airlines offer great connections to Dublin. American Airlines, United Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic offer flights to Manchester and London Gatwick. If you plan to fly into London Heathrow, you can then travel via Manchester to the island or the alternatives are to get the train to London Gatwick and fly to the island or get a train to Liverpool or Heysham then sail to the isle. 

The best connections from the USA are via Dublin, Manchester and London Gatwick.

From Australia, Asia, & UAE

Flights from Australia have at least one stop en route to the UK. Emirates offer flights via Dubai to London Gatwick, Dublin, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle and Glasgow. Qantas fly via Dubai & Singapore to the UK. British Airways offer flights via Singapore. 

The best connection airports are via Dublin, Manchester and London Gatwick.