A seabound kingdom where the wonders of coastline and countryside, sea and shore, meet within a matter of minutes. Situated between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales is where you'll find the Isle of Man. It's a place full of colour, contrasts and character, where landscapes are carved from pure imagination and the history is rich.
An exciting travel opportunity for islanders has been established between the Isle of Man and Guernsey, allowing passengers to visit the isles without requiring self-isolation on arrival.
The scheme will be served by Aurigny and flights will be run between the islands on Wednesdays and Sundays for 8 weeks, starting 22 July and finishing 13 September. Find out more, on our Isle of Man destination page.
Visiting the islands
To avoid disappointment, check with tourist information, or the attraction directly for opening times.
Travelling to the Isle of Man
We are looking forward to welcoming passengers on board soon, but before travelling, here are a few things to make your journey a breeze.
The Isle of Man Government is requiring all visitors from the Bailiwick to complete a Public Health Declaration form, no earlier than 48 hours before arrival. This form will be available to passengers at the airport, or alternatively, can be downloaded here, printed off, and completed before starting your journey.
Further information about arriving in the Isle of Man can be viewed here.
We are pleased to offer a duty-free service on board. Our duty-free selection can be viewed online and we are currently only accepting card payments.
For more information about your duty free allowances:
To ensure you have a pleasant and safe experience with us, we are asking all passengers to wear medical facemasks on board for the duration of the flight.
Please ensure you bring a facemask with you, as we can not guarantee that masks will be available at the airport. Any passenger (aged 6 years and over) without a mask will be refused travel. Please see our Coronavirus Masks FAQ for more information.