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Why You Should Take a Flight to the Isle of Man

Home to the world’s oldest continuous parliament, the Tynwald, they have always done things a little differently on the Isle of Man. There are beautiful lush valleys and rugged coastlines to enjoy, and crowds only fill this island during the world-famous Tourist Trophy (TT) motorbike racing season.


When to Book Flights to the Isle of Man

If you’re planning on visiting the island for the TT season then you need to book well in advance. Almost 50,000 people travel to the island at this time, meaning flights and accommodation can get booked up.

The best time to visit during the rest of the year depends on what kind of weather you like. There are attractions all year round, including Viking burial sites and Celtic stone crosses, forming part of the 100,000-year Manx history.

However, if you’re planning a visit for walking and cycling, wildlife watching or enjoying some of the island’s excellent camp sites, then the spring and summer are the most suitable periods. Avoid the high summer season and school holidays and you can find better deals on cheap flights to the Isle of Man.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to the Isle of Man

You can refine your Isle of Man flight search options using the filter menu on the left side of the results page, and choose your flights by airline, arrival times and more.

To find the best flights to the Isle of Man, click the ‘Nearby airports’ button to see if it might be cheaper to fly from another mainland airport. Alternatively, if you can be a little flexible about your dates, then use the ‘Show flexible dates’ option to see what else might be available on other days around your preferred selection.


UK Departures to the Isle of Man

There are regular affordable flights to the Isle of Man from around the UK, including:


Main Airports on the Isle of Man

Isle of Man Airport, also known as Ronaldsway Airport, is the main airport offering passenger services on the island. It is located six miles southwest of the capital of Douglas. Along with the Isle of Man Sea Terminal, it forms one of the two main gateways for passengers arriving on the Isle of Man.

There are regular services to the UK and Ireland, as well as some seasonal flights to European destinations, including Switzerland.

Bus services to and from the airport are provided by Bus Vannin. The Isle of Man railway also stops at the nearby Ronaldsway station by request – and there aren’t many airports left on the planet that you can access by steam railway!

Which Airlines Fly to the Isle of Man?

A choice of carriers run regular services from the UK to the Isle of Man.

These include:


How to Get to and Around the Isle of Man

Taxis are available in the majority of the main towns and villages letting you travel anywhere without a fixed schedule. For even more control of your itinerary, why not hire a car at the airport?

The island is well served by the Bus Vannin network, including the airport and sea terminal. Or for a trip back in time, hop aboard the heritage railway network.

The cheapest way to sightsee is with a Go Explore card which gives you seamless access to bus and rail services around the island.


What are the Must-sees in the Isle of Man?

Everyone should visit the capital, Douglas, at some point during their stay. This charming, little capital offers views out across the bay and landmarks such as the Tower of Refuge, a small castle built to house sailors shipwrecked on St Mary’s Isle. The Villa Marina and Gardens and other attractive buildings line the streets and the Royal Hall and Gaiety Theatre host cultural events.

If you visit during early July, don’t miss Tynwald day. It has been held in at this time every year since 1417 and celebrates the world’s oldest continuous parliament. Concerts, parades and fireworks celebrate this unique event and you can also visit the Millennium Stones, erected to commemorate its 1,000-year anniversary.


Tips for Travelling in the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man runs on British Standard Time and UK citizens do not need a visa to enter.