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Additional Second Daily Flight Between Isle Of Man and Glasgow 13 April 2006

British Airways franchise partner Loganair has announced the introduction of a second daily flight between Isle of Man and Glasgow.

The new service will be gradually introduced between the 27th March and the 23rd May, when it will come into full effect. The service will operate for an initial three days per week, building up to a second daily service seven days a week and will operate through until 29th September 2006.

Fares for the new route will start from as low as £49 one way including tax and charges.

The extra service will commence on Friday and Sunday only from the 31st March and then from 2nd May, Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays will be added with Tuesdays and Wednesdays completing the daily service as of 23rd May 2006.

The new additional service, flight number BA8818 will depart Isle of Man at 20:30 on Sunday to Friday arriving into Glasgow at 21:20. Saturday flights depart at 19:30 and arrive at 20:20.

The return flight BA8817 will depart Glasgow on Sunday to Friday at 19:10, arriving into Isle of Man at 20:00. Saturday flights depart at 18:10 and arrive at 19:00.

Flight BA8812 will depart Isle of Man at 11:50 on Monday to Friday, arriving into Glasgow at 12:40. Saturday's flight will depart at 13:20 arriving at 14:10 and Sunday's flight will depart at 12:50 arriving at 13:40.

On the return the BA8811 flight will depart Glasgow at 10:30 Monday to Friday arriving into Isle of Man at 11:20. Saurday's flight will depart at 12:00 arriving at 12:50 and Sunday's flight will depart at 11:30 arriving at 12:20.

Jim Cameron, Loganair's Chief Executive said, "The additional flights on the Isle of Man to Glasgow route will provide real flexibility and choice for passengers and residents on the Island." We are committed to making air travel as accessible as possible and, with the summer approaching, the new service will enable greater numbers of travellers to visit and discover the Island. It also opens up Glasgow and the West of Scotland to visitors from the Isle of Man."

Isle of Man Director of Tourism, Jeff Le Page says, "The Island is a very popular with travellers from Scotland as it is away of getting overseas for a short break without all the hassle of going abroad. The Glasgow route is very popular and we hope this extra service will encourage more people to come to the Island".

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