Terminals at Isle of Man Airport (IOM)

Isle of Man Airport (IOM) is a busy hub, especially during the popular summer months. The airport serves in excess of 750,000 passengers each year, and provides a gateway to this small island nestling in the Irish Sea.

Serves
Ronaldsway, Isle of Man
Operator
Isle of Man Department of Transport
Time Zone
Europe/London
IATA Code
IOM
ICAO Code
EGNS
Location
054°05'00"N 004°37'26"W

The single terminal building is split on two levels, with Check-in and Baggage Reclaim on the ground floor, and Departures on the upper level. Baby changing facilities and disabled persons' toilets are available on both floors, as well as public telephones.

Lifts operate between the two floors, and staff at the Information Desk, located on the ground floor, can help with any queries. Shopping and dining facilities are available on both sides of security, on the first floor.

Money:

ATMs are situated at the main entrance, close to Baggage Reclaim. The airport does not have a bureau de change but sterling is accepted in the airport.

Shopping:

the Skynines Traveller Store is located on the first floor opposite the cafeteria. This shop stocks a wide range of travel essentials such as newspapers, books, tobacco and gifts.

Eating:

the main cafeteria is located on the first floor and provides passengers a chance to enjoy a meal, snack or refreshment. A small caf´┐Ż and a bar on the airside also provide a last minute opportunity for a snack or drink before boarding.

Business:

business services such as faxing and photocopying can be arranged during office hours, through the airport's Information Desk on the ground floor. There are also free wireless internet points throughout the building. Business travellers requiring a meeting room should also contact the information desk. Presentation equipment is available and rooms can be booked in advance.

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