Loganair is to relaunch flights to the Isle of Man from two London airports.
Loganair will fly from London City Airport to the Isle of Man from Tuesday 19 April.
Flights will initially operate six times weekly, not on Saturdays. There will be two flights each weekday and one flight on Sunday from Tuesday 3 May.
Also from Tuesday 3 May, the airline will fly daily from London Heathrow to the Isle of Man. At Heathrow, Loganair will operate from Terminal 2.
Flights from London City & Heathrow will both operate with 72 seat ATR72-600 aircraft.
Both of these routes will be codeshared with British Airways. The two airlines recently announced an expanded codeshare agreement.
Tickets are expected to go on sale in the week beginning Monday 14 March 2022.
Loganair Fuel Surcharges
Separately, Loganair will add a fuel surcharge of £3.95 each way to all tickets sold from Monday 21 March.
This will apply to all routes, except Public Service Obligation routes. Existing bookings are not affected.
Unlike many other airlines, Loganair has set out a mechanism for the fuel surcharge to be reduced. If the price of Brent Crude Oil falls below $110 per barrel for 6 consecutive weeks, the surcharge will be halved.
If the price of Brent Crude Oil falls further, below $85 per barrel for six consecutive weeks, the surcharge will be removed completely.