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Arrival of Isle of Man visitors!

Wednesday 22nd July sees the arrival of the first visitors taking advantage of the Isle of Man air bridge. Flights operate on Wednesdays and Sundays until the middle of September.

22 July 2020

Over 1,000 Isle of Man visitors are due to visit the Islands of Guernsey over the next couple of months and virtually all seats are now sold.

Airport Information Desk staff will provide full cover for all incoming Isle of Man flights and staff will be greeting arriving passengers and handing out maps, leaflets and guides.  Dialogue with taxis and buses has taken place to ensure availability of onward transport for these special guests.

Please note, the Town Information Centre will remain closed until borders fully re-open.

VisitGuernsey will be providing a special enhanced welcome for passengers arriving on the first flight this Wednesday, giving out free Guernsey chocolates, with visitor Guides being handed out to these passengers during the flight. Guernsey literature is also being displayed at the Isle of Man airport.

A 'What's on' sheet of events and activities across July-September has been produced and can be downloaded by clicking the red download box below. Do feel free to display this information.

The Guild of Accredited Guides has also updated their website to show current guided walks. See for details.

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