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Aer Arann Announces Isle of Man to Liverpool Service 18 August 2005

    Aer Arann, Ireland's premier regional airline today announced that it will commence a new daily commuter service from the Isle of Man to Liverpool from 3rd October 2005. The airline will operate four return flights per day with the first departure from the Isle of Man at 0700hrs arriving in Liverpool at 0730hrs and the last flight leaving the Isle of Man at 1800hrs. Fares on the route will start from £29.99 one-way including tax and the service catering for business and leisure passengers alike. The route will be operated by a 50 seater ATR42 aircraft.

    Commenting on the announcement, Padraig O Ceidigh, Managing Director of Aer Arann said "We are delighted to be announcing this service from the Isle of Man to Liverpool. Liverpool is emerging as a premier UK destination with a rich and diverse heritage and we recognise that there is considerable demand for access between the Isle of Man and Liverpool following the withdrawal of Emerald Airways from the route. We are confident we can capture this market and are very well positioned to provide this service to Liverpool with the high quality and efficient service to which our passengers are accustomed".

    Phil Pain, Airport Director for the Isle of Man Airport, commented that this initiative would help to strengthen the Island's biggest route. "Isle of Man to Liverpool is a fundamentally important air service for the Island, both in terms of providing a frequent and cost-effective link with the UK for residents, and drawing visitors to the Island from North West England," he said. " We enjoy a good relationship with Aer Arann as they have served Dublin - Isle of Man route over recent years and we welcome their confidence in the Isle of Man as an air service destination".

    Vic Brodrick, Commercial Director for Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented: "Aer Arann's new link between the Isle of Man and Liverpool John Lennon Airport is excellent news given the traditional popularity of travel between the Isle of Man and Liverpool. We are certain that this new service will be a success, increasing choice and improving value for both leisure and business passengers giving access to the wide range of destinations servied from Liverpool John Lennon Airport".

    18th August 2005

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