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Ronaldsway 'committed to continuous improvement and better performance'

Airport says it's seen improvements this year

Ronaldsway airport says it's committed to continuous improvement and better performance after a survey ranked it as the most disrupted airport in the British Isles.

Good Travel Management found flights departed the Island on average 35 minutes and six seconds behind schedule last year.

While the Isle of Man Airport says it did face challenges last year, many of which were beyond its control, it has seen an improvement in 2024, with 88% of flights departing within 15 minutes of their published time between January and May.

It adds that just 2% of flights have experienced delays over an hour so far this year, and it's working with airlines and third-party providers to improve further.


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