Isle of Man Airport
The airport was formerly known as Ronaldsway Airport, it is the main civilian airport on the Isle of Man. The airport is located in the south of the island at Ronaldsway near Castle town 7 miles south west of Douglas the islands capital. Along with the Isle of Man terminal, it is one of two main gateways to the island. The airport has scheduled services to the UK, Ireland and the channel Islands.
The facilities that Isle of Man airport offers:
The Isle of Man
The Isle of Man operates flights to Jersey via Blue Island Operators, who have flights to Jersey and Gurnsey. he Isle of Man is a beautiful Island with breathtaking scenery, unspoilt beaches and a relaxed pace of life. By plane or boat, it's within easy reach of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. For the thousands of visitors who are welcomed here year after year, it's an unforgettable holiday and short break destination. It takes just 2 and a half hours to get from Jersey UK to the Isle of Man.There are many things that attract tourists to the Isle of Man such as:
English is the first language on the Isle of Man and widely spoken and British currency is also accepted on the Island. From working Victorian railways to the world famous TT races, historic monuments and beautiful beaches, for such a small island The Isle of Man offers something for everyone. The island is an extraordinary mix of contrasts between the old and new with the old features still hugely evident. Prehistoric burial sites, Viking fortresses, Victorian architecture and thatched cottages, a visit to The Isle of Man is a journey back through time, all in an easily accessible landscape.
The Ireland has a steam railway that operates throughout the summer and runs from Douglas to Port Erin in the South, passing through some magnificent countryside.