Isle of Man-based regional EuroManx has this morning announced it is ceasing operations, citing increased fuel costs and reduced passenger numbers.
EuroManx, which operated a pair of Bombardier Dash 8 turboprops, has been flying for the last five years on domestic routes from the Isle of Man.
But a statement on 9 May says it is ceasing operations and will operate no further flights.
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A EuroManx Dash-8 OE-HBB operating one of its last services for the company taking off from London City to Isle on Man on 6 May
EuroManx was serving Belfast City, Liverpool, London City and Manchester airports from the Isle of Man.
Source: flightglobal.com Air Transport Intelligence news