Come to your senses and visit the Isle of Man
February 26, 2018

How to get to the Isle of Man

By Ferry

For those wishing to bring a car, bikes or just enjoy sailing across the Irish sea as foot passengers, then we have just the one ferry company. The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has been serving the island since 1830. With daily summer routes from Liverpool, Heysham, Dublin and Belfast. Winter, daily sailings direct from Heysham.
For more information on the ferries go to www.steampacket.com

With great air links from the major cities the island it is a quick hop over the Irish Sea landing at Ronaldsway airport on the south east coast of the island at Ballasalla.

By air

With great air links from the major cities the island is a quick hop over the Irish Sea landing at Ronaldsway airport on the south east coast of the island at Ballasalla.

www.easyjet.com

Offer flights from Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol & London Gatwick

www.citywing.com

Offer flights from Liverpool, Bristol & London Gatwick

www.citywing.com

Offer flights from Belfast City, Blackpool or Glasgow

www.loganair.co.uk

Offer flights from Edinburg.

www.flybe.com

Offer direct flights from Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester. Flybe also do a combined ticket where you fly from your nearest regional airport to their hub at Manchester and then join the Manchester to Isle of Man flight. We’ve had guests fly from Norwich, Exeter, Newquay and Glasgow with great success and not much wait time at Manchester.

www.aerlingus.com

Offer an excellent service from Dublin airport. I would highly recommend this route if you’re flying in from America & Canada. We’ve had many guests from over the pond fly this route. You can check your bags in all the way to the Island. Guests have said fares have been excellent value for money. You can always do a stop over in Dublin.

 

 

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