Airline says it's learnt from past lessons
The managing director of Loganair says the airline has learnt lessons from the last time it operated an Isle of Man to Edinburgh route.
It announced this week it would provide flights from Friday, 26 May, four times per week in the summer and half that in the winter.
Loganair stopped the route five years ago, but has been tempted back into the market following Citywing's demise, despite Eastern Airways stepping in on the ticket seller's Glasgow route.
MD Jonathan Hinkles says Loganiar feels the Edinburgh route is sustainable, if it's done right: