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Director wants views on new air route

A new air service between the Isle of Man and one of the north London airports appears to be on the cards.

Isle of Man Airport Director Ann Reynolds wants to know whether the public favours Luton or Stansted.

Around 56,000 passengers a year used the service to Luton, which was lost when Aer Arran pulled-out in January.

Ms Reynolds (pictured) says they are in talks with various airlines to re-establish a north London route and the views of indivudals and businesses will be taken into account:

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