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Emerald Airlines, the operator of Aer Lingus Regional, has started flying between Dublin and the Isle of Man.
On March 16th, Emerald Airlines commenced its services between Dublin (DUB) and Isle of Man (IOM) before St. Patrick’s Day. The carrier will fly between the two destinations on all days except Saturday, with flight EI 3212 departing at 9:20 am and arriving in the Isle of Man at 10:10 am.
Ciarán Smith, head of commercial at Emerald Airlines, said: “As the demand increases, travellers are looking for more convenient and affordable options for travel between the Isle of Man and Ireland, and we want to facilitate just that.”
Dalton Phillips, CEO at daa, the owner and operator of Dublin Airport, said: “There is huge pent-up demand for travel, especially to short-haul destinations, and our team is delighted to have worked so closely with their counterparts in the airline to make this latest new route a reality.”