News follows cuts to other routes announced earlier this year
The Island's air route to Bristol is the latest to be cut for a period in the new year.
easyJet normally operates three flights a week from Ronaldsway to the city, but these will stop on New Year's Day.
The airline's website shows the route will be suspended between 1 January and 12 February 2024.
It follows cuts to other routes announced earlier this year.
For the past two months, flights between Ronaldsway and Manchester have only operated on Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
And easyJet's Belfast route will not operate between 1 January and 1 April.
Emerald Airlines also won't be operating its Belfast City service, to and from Ronaldsway, between 8 January and 7 March next year.
Earlier this week, we heard the Department for Enterprise hasn't analysed the impact the loss of flights to Belfast will have on the Manx economy.
Manx Radio has contacted easyJet for comment.