British Airways to increase City flights to Isle of Man

By Rob Virtue on January 16, 2014 5:50 PM |

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Demand from both business and leisure passengers is spurring an increase in fight frequency between London City Airport and the Isle of Man.

British Airways has announced it will triple week day journeys from March 30 from one a day to three.

It will also run one flight on Saturday and two on Sunday.

BA general manager commercial, Luke Hayhoe, said: "There is a strong demand for a schedule suitable for business and leisure trips to London.

"Our schedule will allow customers to enjoy a full business day with conveniently timed flights direct to the heart of the London or connect easily with our onward services."

After a five year break on the Isle of Man route, BA resumed the service in May 2012.

Last year the airline announced it was increasing frequency to a host of destinations including, Faro, Florence, Malaga and Venice.

This summer it will be running 30 per cent more flights from London City.

Go to ba.com for more.

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