Isle of Man Airport
Isle of Man Airport lies 11 kilometers on the southwestern direction from Douglas, the capital city of Isle of Man. The airport code is recognized as IOM.
Established in 1928 as an airfield, Isle of Man Airport started to receive civil flights in 1933. After the World War II it was fully converted to commercial aviation base and continued to boost passenger traffic.
The airport welcomes passengers mostly from United Kingdom and some European cities like Geneva and Palma de Mallorca. British Airways, EasyJet, Thomas Cook Airlines and Air Lingus offer flights on a daily basis increasing frequency during high season.
Airport facilities include passenger terminal, two runways 1.2 and 2.1km long accordingly and stand for taxi to Isle of Man Airport. Passengers who wish to park their vehicles can do it at the parking area for cheap taxi for £1 per hour. Okells Bar, Café Oasis and Costa Coffee represent restaurants and cafes inside. The closest hotels are Sefton Express Hotel, Ronaldsway Hotel and The Claremont Hotel reachable by taxi Isle of Man Airport.
Buses 1 and 2 are running daily between airport and Douglas, Castletown, Port Erin and Santon. The journey to the capital city takes around 30 minutes; airport taxi Isle of Man Airport is faster. Taxi from Isle of Man Airport is working by fixed prices, taxi service costs £25. The duration of ride by airport taxi Isle of Man Airport is 25 minutes.