Isle of Man Airport Information (IOM)
The Isle of Man Airport (IOM), also known as Ronaldsway, provides connections to a number of UK airports, as well as the Republic of Ireland and the Channel Islands. Seven airlines operate from the Isle of Man's airport, providing frequent services to 20 major airports including Gatwick, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Dublin.
- Ronaldsway, Isle of Man
- Isle of Man Department of Transport
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 054°05'00"N 004°37'26"W
Flights to regional airports provide access to most regions of Great Britain including Blackpool, Southampton, Leeds and Newcastle. The airport also offers daily services to Edinburgh and Glasgow, providing air links to Scotland. Northern Ireland is also easy to access from the Isle of Man, with flights to both Belfast International, and Belfast City Airport.
Situated just 20 minutes from the island's capital, Douglas, the airport is easily reached by public transport or private car. The airport is linked to the rest of the island by an excellent transport network so passengers can look forward to a relaxing onward journey after touching down in the Isle of Man.
The airport is well-designed and provides a good range of amenities for passengers. A NatWest ATM can be found close to the main entrance, and both sterling and Manx currency can be used throughout the airport.
Business travellers can book the meeting room in advance, and services such as photocopying and faxing are available during office hours. There are dining facilities on both sides of security, as well as a bar. Shops are located on the first floor, opposite the cafeteria and sell the usual travel essentials such as confectionary, newspapers, books and magazines.
Buses run to a number of the main towns and resort areas every hour, with a more frequent half hourly service during the peak summer months. Taxis are readily available from outside the airport, and tariffs are charged at a fixed rate.