Getting here

Getting here


Visiting the Isle of Man by air or sea is easy, quick and convenient, allowing you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the glorious views of the Island’s landscape as you arrive.

By Air

With great air links at many major airports situated in the UK, Channel Islands, Ireland and further afield, flying to the Isle of Man couldn’t be easier. Most airlines operate daily flights to the Island with those from the UK taking just 30 minutes in some cases.

Make sure you check with individual flight operators for timetables, fares, and bookings or contact the Isle of Man Airport with any enquiries via www.iom-airport.com or telephone +44 (0)1624 821600

You can view the latest airport flight schedule and Ronaldsway’s flight arrivals here. We’re sure you’ll find visiting the Isle of Man by air an easy, quick and convenient way to travel, allowing you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the views as you come into land.

By Sea

If you decide to travel to the Isle of Man by sea, you can come by foot or by car. The Steam Packet Company operates regular ferry services to the Island from Heysham, Liverpool, Birkenhead, Dublin and Belfast using two reliable vessels – the 96-metre wave piercing catamaran, Mannanan, or the conventional Ben-my-Chree.

The Steam Packet Company operates ferry services to the Isle of Man from Heysham, Liverpool, Birkenhead, Dublin, and Belfast using two reliable vessels.
You can choose to board the 96-metre wave piercing catamaran, Manannan, which offers passengers a great experience of quick and comfortable travel to the Isle of Man. Relax in a variety of seating areas, including two cinema lounges, a large café bar at the stern and the Coast-to-Coast café. Manannan runs between March and November from Liverpool and operates seasonal services from Dublin and Belfast.