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DOUGLAS, ISLE of MAN - Loganair is pushing ahead to start flying on the former Flybe route linking Birmingham with the Isle of Man. Multiple airlines were in talks with the Isle of Man government to take over the route before the travel restrictions due to the global pandemic.
Loganair ATR 42-500 G-LMRA


The airline says any updates will be subject to the Island's lockdown restrictions and quarantine measures. The company expects to make a formal announcement about the launch of this service in the coming weeks.

On May 21, EasyJet announced plans to resume Liverpool and Gatwick routes from 15 June despite lockdown measures remaining in place on the Island.

Speaking at the latest government coronavirus conference on June 1st, Chief Minister Howard Quayle announced that the airline had since reconsidered, following talks with the government.

Meanwhile, those wishing to return to the Island via the government's repatriation scheme will be able to do so by air from June 11. Those who do so will be instructed to self-isolate for two weeks.

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