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Coronavirus: Loganair plans for recovery with Isle of Man routes

Coronavirus: Loganair plans for  recovery  with Isle of Man routes
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Scottish airline Loganair has said it is planning to "ramp up" flights between the UK and the Isle of Man this summer despite the ongoing pandemic.

Chief executive Jonathan Hinkles said the introduction of five new routes was "in anticipation of a progressive recovery" from coronavirus.

There would be a "gradual" increase in flights from April, he added.

The new destinations include Birmingham, Edinburgh, Southampton, Belfast City and Jersey.

Flights from the island to Manchester, Liverpool and Heathrow would also increase between April and July, under the airline s plans.
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