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Aer Lingus could revive IoM-Dublin service

Airline reaches agreement with Emerald

Aer Lingus has signed a deal which could secure a route between the Isle of Man and Dublin.

It's reached a 10 year agreement with start-up carrier Emerald Airlines.

The franchise is due to start in 2023 but may begin earlier following the recent collapse of Stobart Air. 

The proposed service linking Ireland, and regional airports in the Isle of Man, UK and Jersey, will be operated by an ATR turboprop aircraft.

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