Flights East Midlands to Isle of Man

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Route information
Jewel of the coast of England, the Isle of Man offers remarkable natural beauty and recreational activities.
East Midlands airports
  • ( Birmingham Intl (BHX)
    How far from city centre: 37 miles
  • ( East Midlands (EMA)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
  • ( Sheffield (DSA)
    How far from city centre: 41 miles
Isle of Man airports
  • ( Ronaldsway (IOM)
    How far from city centre: 7 miles
K Distance: 157 miles

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from East Midlands

East Midlands Airport sits between the cities of Nottingham and Leicester in the county of Leicestershire. Formerly used as a Royal Air Force base, it has been used for commercial flights since 1965. The airport has a good assortment of on-site dining and shopping facilities, extensive duty-free goods and a couple of airport hotels.

More recently, the airport has established itself as a centre for no-frills airlines as well as tour operators, which operate flights to Isle of Man as well as a range of other domestic and European destinations. It is easily accessible from many towns and cities in the Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire areas.

Travel to East Midlands airport

Isle of Man flights leave regularly from East Midlands Airport and the airport is well connected to many different towns and cities in the heart of England via the M1 motorway, as well as the A42, which runs from the centre of Birmingham, the A50, which comes from Stoke and the A453 to Nottingham. There are drop off zones close to the terminal, as well as short stay and long stay parking. Alternatively, you can connect to the airport via train stations at Derby, Nottingham and East Midlands Parkway, which link to the airport Skylink and Airlink bus services.

Arriving in Isle of Man

Floating in the Irish Sea, just off the coast of England, lies the stunning Isle of Man, situated in between the coastlines of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Overflowing with exquisite coastline, beautiful landscapes and sandy beaches, its old-world charm can be enjoyed by travelling on the Victorian Heritage steam railway and the Douglas Horse Trams. For nature lovers, the island boasts numerous mountain bike and hiking trails as well as an array of local wildlife to spot including seals, dolphins and puffins. Seafood fans can sample freshly caught herring and queen scallops that are sustainably fished from "Manx" waters.

Travelling to the city centre

Isle of Man Airport (otherwise known as Ronaldsway Airport) is located in the south of the island. There are various bus routes to aid your onward journey. The 1, 1A and 2 bus services operate Monday to Saturday during the day, while the 10, 11, 11A, 12 and 12A bus services run early morning, evening and all day Sunday. These services connect with Douglas, Santon, Ballasalla, Castletown and Port Erin among others. For Peel, Foxdale and Port Erin you can also take the bus service 8 from outside the terminal from Monday to Saturday during the day. Nearby at Ronaldsway request stop it is also possible to catch the Isle of Man Railway steam locomotive.

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