Isle of Man Flights (IOM)

With a colourful heritage, varied landscape and mild climate, you will be surprised how much the Isle of Man has to offer. With a wealth of things to see and do, and many places to visit, you’ll have great fun exploring the Isle of Man.

With more than 40 per cent of the land on the Isle of Man unpopulated you’ll enjoy journeying into the countryside - the Island has 17 national glens, many of which lead to the sea, and a number of excellently maintained parks and gardens.

For a small island it excels in the quality and variety of available food and drink – much of which is locally produced. Renowned for its fresh produce from flavoursome Queenies to succulent Loaghtan lamb, you'll be sure to find something to please your appetite.


Isle of Man (IOM) Timetables to:

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Things to see and do

Visit Isle of Man

Visit Isle of Man

The official tourism site for Isle of Man

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Airport Guide

Isle of Man Airport
Isle of Man
+44 1624 821600
The airport information desk is sited in the main hall and can be contacted on +44 1624 821600. The desk also provides a tourist information service. For information regarding flight reservations and ticketing, please contact the airlines directly. You can also purchase Isle of Man Bus Go-Cards including Explorer Cards and/or top ups.
Eating & Drinking
Café Oasis is the self service restaurant, using products from local suppliers, on the first floor next to WHSmith serving a range of hot and cold food, with a deli bar serving a varied selection of sandwiches, panini’s, jacket potatoes, salads and rolls made to order. Hot meals from the traditional self-service hotplate are available at peak periods and a selection of bakery and pastries with quality fresh ground coffee, at high street prices are available throughout the day. Okells Bar is located in the main departure lounge and is open for all departing passenger’s stocking a full range of local and international beers, wines and spirits. Costa Coffee is located in the departure lounge next to Okells Bar. Costa Coffee is served by fully trained Costa “Baristas”, with the full range of Costa products, all sold at high street prices.
Caterleisure(Isle of Man) Limited operate the WHSmith shop on the first floor adjacent to Café Oasis, offering a full range of newspapers, periodicals, books, local gifts, confectionary and tobacco. Many of the books are sold on a buy one get one half price basis together with the 'Richard and Judy' book club being available every week. Skylines Departure Lounge shop is available to all departing passengers and sells a vast news agency range, together with perfume, at up to 20% saving on high street prices, men’s toiletries, hand bags and gifts .
Car Hire
Athol Car Hire
Offices at the airport, Ballasalla and in Douglas

Isle of Man Rent a Car
Agents for Hertz, Europcar, National and Thrifty

Mylchreests Car Rental
Agents for Avis
Car Parking
There is ample parking available for members of the public who wish to park their cars for both short and long stays. Tickets are issued when entering the parking facility and parking fees can be paid using the machines located at the exit when leaving the terminal or at the car parks.

For disabled badge holders who wish to use the Short Stay Car Park and wish to claim the reduced Long Stay Rates, please provide your car park entry ticket with your disabled badge together with your flight details at the Airport Information Desk who will calculate Long Stay rates for your vehicle.
There is a taxi rank situated outside the entrance of the terminal building. Taxis are available to meet all flights and most destinations are covered by fixed tariff charges.
Bus services 1, 1A and 2 operate Monday to Saturday daytime and services 10, 11, 11A, 12 and 12A operate early morning and evenings Mondays to Saturdays and all day on Sundays between Douglas, Santon, Ballasalla, Castletown, Port Erin and intermediate bus stops.

Bus services 8 and 8A operate Mondays to Saturdays daytime between Peel, Foxdale and Port Erin and also stops outside the airport terminal.