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More than 100 Stobart Air flights cancelled since January

Includes Flybe and Aer Lingus routes

More than 100 flights operated by Stobart Air to and from the Isle of Man have been cancelled since 1 January.

This includes Flybe's Liverpool and Manchester cancellations, as well as those for Aer Lingus' Dublin route.

Since the start of the year, 40 out of more than 1700 Flybe flights between Ronaldsway and Liverpool have been cancelled.

Of 2000+ flights between the Isle of Man and Manchester, 49 have been cancelled.

Flybe advised all of these cancellations were due to 'adverse weather and operational consideration'.

Fourteen out of 900 Aer Lingus flights between the Isle of Man and Dublin didn't go ahead, whilst 36 were delayed by more than an hour.

Manx Radio approached British Airways for figures on its London City route, operated by Eastern Airways, but were told they could not facilitate such a detailed request.

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