15 January 2014
Flybe, Europe's largest independent regional airline, has today confirmed that its 2014 Summer programme from the Isle of Man effective March 30th will retain the three times a weekday lifeline service it operates to and from Liverpool, as well as up to 39 return flights a week on its two other well established routes serving the island namely those to Birmingham and Manchester.
The airline is also increasing summer flights to and from its Manchester hub with a choice of up to five weekday flights from which airport passengers can connect seamlessly to further Flybe destinations or to the many others offered through Manchester that include those with its interline partners when booked through a travel agent.
Isle of Man travellers also have the choice of daily flights to Birmingham.
Paul Simmons, Flybe's Chief Commercial Officer comments: "Flybe remains fully committed in continuing to serve its Isle of Man customers with convenient and affordable services and we hope that today's confirmation will serve to reinforce this."
In total, Flybe will operate a total of up to 57 flights a week from the Isle of Man during the summer on three key routes with one way fares from £24.99 including taxes and charges.
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