Loganair to restart route after March closure
London City Airport has announced that flights to and from the Isle of Man will be resumed tomorrow, for the first time since it suspended operations at the end of March.
Operated by Loganair for British Airways, the BA3287 passenger link is set to resume tomorrow afternoon:
📣🛫 Cleared for take-off!— London City Airport (@LondonCityAir) June 18, 2020
We're resuming passenger flights on Sunday 21st June. Our first flight will be between @IOMAirport and LCY, operated by @FlyLoganair for @British_Airways.
More here: https://t.co/zB2ptEd4Ls pic.twitter.com/zLsz1kHgW1
Among a raft of safety measures, London City says it will limit access to the terminal to only passengers holding a valid ticket on the day of travel, and will ask passengers to wear a face covering while on the site.
You can read more about its reopening here.