Isle of Man: Isle of Adventure
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Flights to the Isle of Man

Flights to the Isle of Man

Liverpool
from £75
4 Jul for 1 nights
Liverpool
from £88
17 Aug for 6 nights
Dublin
from £198
25 Jul for 3 nights
Birmingham
from £205
10 Jul for 3 nights
Dublin
from £226
26 Nov for 7 nights
Dublin
from £356
2 Jul for 6 nights

Without a doubt one of the quickest ways to get to the Isle of Man for your holiday is by flying. You can pick up cheap flights to the Isle of Man from the UK as part of a package, or when booked in advance, and flights from the North of England take less than 30 minutes.

Your trip doesn't have to start in the North of England however. There are regular flights from around the UK, as well as Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey, Scotland and even further afield in Europe.

The speed and availability of flights to the Isle of Man all year round makes the Island an ideal place for short holidays, camping trips, self-catering weekend visits or even a romantic get-away staying in a Manx B&B.

While you can arrange your trip to the Isle of Man direct through the airlines' websites, it is often easier to contact a travel agent or Manx holiday specialist to arrange your visit. When you do so they are able to arrange everything about your trip, from arriving at the airport, and booking you a taxi through to your particular choice of accommodation. They can even recommend to you which places are the best to visit at the time of year you are arriving on Island.

Flybe

Flybe

Flybe started operations in 1979 and is Europe’s largest regional airline. They operate direct flights from Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham to the Isle of Man.

Easyjet

Easyjet

EasyJet is based at London Luton Airport and is one of Europe’s leading airlines. They operate flights from Liverpool, Bristol and London Gatwick to the Isle of Man.

Citywing

Citywing

Citywing fly from several airports within the UK and British Isles to the Isle of Man. They operate under charter from Van Air Europe. 

British Airways

British Airways

British Airways is the UK’s largest airline and operates up to 3 flights a day from London City airport. Flights are operated by BA CityFlyer.

Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus is the national airline of Ireland and is ranked as one of the safest airlines in the world. It operates up to twice daily from Dublin.