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Loganair’s 400,000th Isle of Man customer takes to the skies

Loganair celebrated the carriage of its 400,000 customer through Ronaldsway yesterday (3 October), marking a major milestone on its Isle of Man services.

Customer Anré Walker was the lucky passenger who helped the UK’s largest regional airline reach the incredible number and was rewarded with a pair of free tickets to use on Loganair’s network and free parking from the Airport.


Originally from South Africa, Anré now lives on Isle of Man and books through Manxtravel to use Loganair’s flights from Ronaldsway to fly further afield through the airline’s various interline partners.

She was presented with her gift as she prepared to fly home to visit her brother in Cape Town via Manchester.


Anré said:

"I couldn't believe I was the milestone passenger - these things never happen to me, so I am very excited to use the vouchers I've won for a future trip.

I choose to fly with Loganair due to their affiliation with other airlines, which allows me to book international travel under one booking.

I really value the convenience and peace of mind I get from this.”


Loganair flies to Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Newquay, London Heathrow, London City and Edinburgh from Ronaldsway, offering customers excellent regional and global connectivity options, with fares starting as low as £46 one-way.

Set in the Irish Sea, cradled between England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, the Isle of Man possesses attractions galore, from sensational motorsports to glorious coastal scenery, historic castles and 26 stellar Dark-Parks.


Hannah Lo Bao, Commercial Director at Ronaldsway Airport, said:

“The Airport is delighted to help celebrate this milestone with Loganair. Since operations resumed after the pandemic, Loganair has continued to grow its services and routes valued by both the business community and leisure customers. We look forward to continuing to work in partnership with Loganair to develop new, sustainable routes.”


The news comes after Loganair last week confirmed enhanced twice-daily services between Isle of Man and Manchester, which will operate in November and December this year, filling the void left by easyJet’s sudden withdrawal from the route.


Luke Lovegrove, Chief Commercial Officer at Loganair, said:

“Loganair's Isle of Man services provide essential high-frequency regional connectivity for island residents and visitors alike, providing much-needed year-round reliability.

Anré is one of thousands of our valued customers who also benefit from our interline partnerships through Manchester Airport, and with our increased schedule to Manchester for this winter, there’s even more opportunity for customers looking to take advantage of these great connectivity options.”


Isle of Man flights are available to book today at and via all major travel agents.

All fares include a 15kg luggage allowance, discounts for children aged 11 and under and a mandatory carbon offset charge as part of the airline's innovative GreenSkies sustainability programme.

Frequent travellers can also take advantage of the airline's loyalty programme - Clan Loganair.