Travel Links to the Island
Whether you choose to fly or sail to the Isle of Man you'll be impressed with how easy it is to reach Manx shores.
You can travel back and forth to the Isle of Man via ferry from the port in the Island's capital, Douglas. The Steam Packet operates daily sailings to the UK and seasonal sailings to Ireland.
|Heysham (Lancashire)||2hrs||3hrs 30mins|
|Liverpool/Birkenhead||2hrs 45mins||4hrs 15mins|
|Dublin||2hrs 55mins||4hrs 45mins|
|Belfast||2hrs 45mins||4hrs 45mins|
The Island's airport, Ronaldsway Airport, is situated in Castletown in the south of the Island. There are regular flights to the UK and Ireland from a range of well-known airlines.
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Most airlines operate daily flights to the Island; below we've listed a few examples and approximate flight times.
|From||Airline||Approx. Flight Time|
|Dublin||Aer Lingus Regional||40 minutes*|
|Liverpool||Flybe and Easyjet||40 minutes*|
|London (City)||British Airways||75 minutes*|
|London (Gatwick)||Easyjet||75 minutes*|
|London (Luton)||Flybe||75 minutes*|
|Belfast City||Eastern Airways||40 minutes*|
|Newcastle||Eastern Airways||60 minutes*|
*Flight times shown include time to embark and disembark the aircraft