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Isle of Man Airport May 2006 Air Passenger Figures 14 June 2006

"At face value this was a disappointing May, with a 5% fall in passenger numbers. However, the previous May 2005 actually recorded an 18% increase (which at the time was our highest ever monthly increase), and therefore the latest figures should be seen in that context.

May 2006 was the last full month with Aer Arann still on the Liverpool route, and the first time since June 2005 that the route has come out of its decline.

During this month of May 2006, Loganair (BA) restored Edinburgh as a summer route; Blue Islands completed their first full month on Jersey & Guernsey; Gatwick (BA Connect) saw further new growth; and the Luton route more than doubled its size. Manchester also saw further healthy growth.

The proportions of total passengers carried by each airline changed again to show EuroManx and BA Connect equal with 33%; Aer Arann with 13%; Eastern with 6.5%; flybe 5%; British North West 2.5%; Loganair(BA) 1.6%; VLM 1% and Blue Islands 0.5%"

For a full breakdown of the figures can be found below.

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