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Airport Operations Tuesday 20 April 2010 19 April 2010

Subject to any further volcanic eruptions overnight, Ronaldsway will open as usual at 0615 local tomorrow. For ease of dissemination and consistency to airlines and operators, we will continue visual flight operations from Open to 0659, however from 0700 local we will resume normal operations (ie no operational limitations).

Regarding the airlines, Loganair will be operating Glasgow and Edinburgh as usual; Manx2.com will operate as usual; Flybe are just re-looking at tomorrow’s schedule, having announced cancellations, however as the picture is unfolding they are reconsidering operating some flights. Aer Arann are hoping operate normally, however they will be announcing tonight what flights will operate tomorrow.

Passengers should contact their airlines to find out about their flights.

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