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Loganair releases services between Isle of Man and London for 2023

Loganair, the UK’s largest regional airline, has released its 2023 summer schedule for services between the Isle of Man and London - including a daily flight from Ronaldsway to London Heathrow.

Loganair’s summer 2023 schedule commences 31 March next year and is on sale now, Friday 9 December.


It will enhance connectivity by providing Isle of Man travellers with access to the capital and beyond. Loganair customers can fly on one ticket to a range of destinations around the world thanks to its partnership agreements with international airlines, including British Airways, United Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines.

The confirmation of daily flights from the Isle of Man to London Heathrow follows Loganair’s success in securing its own take-off and landing slots at Heathrow - the first British airline to do so in 28 years.


Fares commence from £79.99 one way and are inclusive of 15kg luggage. Those with onward travel bookings through Loganair’s international partners also benefit from the baggage allowance of a long-haul carrier on the Isle of Man-London flight without extra charge.

Loganair’s summer 2023 schedule, which runs until 28 October next year, includes twice daily flights to London City Monday to Wednesday and an early evening service on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.


Luke Lovegrove, chief commercial officer, said:

“We’re proud to confirm our full summer 2023 schedule between Isle of Man and London. It offers superb choice for our Isle of Man customers, enabling access to short breaks or longer stays, including internationally, for both business and leisure purposes. We expect our services to extremely popular, and we’d encourage customers to book as early as possible.”


Loganair’s 72-seat ATR72-600 aircraft will be deployed for all Isle of Man routes. Though all Loganair flights are fully carbon offset as part of its GreenSkies initiative, the ATR72-600 is also the most environmentally efficient regional aircraft, with excellent on-board comfort levels for customers.

The service will continue to be flown by Loganair’s Isle of Man-based team of pilots, cabin crew and engineers. The airline now has more than 30 staff based at Ronaldsway, who also support existing Loganair routes to Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh and London City.


Gary Cobb, Airport Director, Isle of Man Airport, commented:

“Loganair’s release of seats to London for the summer next year is great news for people wishing to secure their trips ahead of time. Access to the world via Heathrow is important not only for our community but for all those employed in the aviation sector here in the Isle of Man.”


Flights are available to book at and via all major travel agents.