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Edinburgh Flights from £28.50 15 June 2004

British Airways franchise partner Loganair Ltd has introduced a series of one way fares on their route between the Isle of Man and Edinburgh, starting from £28.50 one way including taxes and charges. Following the launch of the non stop British Airways flight to Scotland's capital on the 3rd May, the one way structure complements the current range of attractive return fares on the route which now start from £72.50 including all taxes and charges.

The range of one way fares are sold on the basis of 'the earlier you book, the cheaper the one way fare will be', as they will have an advance purchase requirement of between 10 days and 1 day. As with the current fares, the new fares are combinable offering an extensive range of fare options. In addition, British Airways offers child discounts of 33% on the airfare between the Isle of Man and Edinburgh, as well as Glasgow, making air travel for the family even more affordable.

Coupled with the new pricing strategy, customers gain from the enhanced service benefits of flying with British Airways, including e ticket facilities, self service check-in at Edinburgh, Executive Club lounge access for Gold and Silver members, complimentary in-flight service, and BA Miles on all fares for Executive Club members.

Jim Cameron, CEO Loganair Ltd, said:

"The new one way fare structure on the Edinburgh route is an added bonus to passengers flying with British Airways. We hope this new fare structure will tap into further demand for the air service, and encourage more leisure and business travellers to fly between the Isle of Man and Edinburgh."

Isle of Man Director of Tourism Geoff Le Page welcomed the new fares. He said:

"Historically there have been strong links between Scotland and the Isle of Man and we welcome any initiatives which build on that relationship. This fare structure will enable many more visitors to discover the island. Equally, I am sure it will entice more island residents to take a break in Scotland."

The new fares are selling from the 15th June, and can be booked through

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