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Last Updated: Sunday, 2 April 2006, 16:59 GMT 17:59 UK
Direct Isle of Man flights start
Direct flights are being launched from the Channel Islands airports to the Isle of Man.

Blue Islands airlines, formerly known as Rockhopper, start the service on Monday with flights between Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man.

The flights will run every weekday at a return fare of 295.

Managing director Paul Sabin said: "The three islands have very strong business connections as international finance centres. A direct service is overdue."




SEE ALSO:
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