Isle of Man Private Jet Charter

Isle of Man Airport, also known as Ronaldsway Airport, is the main civil airport on the Isle of Man. It is located in Ronaldsway, near Castletown, in the south of the island, 11 km southwest of the island’s capital, Douglas. Together with the Isle of Man Marine Terminal, it is one of the island’s two main gateways.

Regular flights operate from the airport to the United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland and the Channel Islands. Since the port is the only one in the region, it is also used for private jet flights. The facility, which is 16 m above sea level, has two runways, both with asphalt surfaces.

Isle of Man private jet charter prices

Although Isle of Man Airport air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Douglas are as follows.

Midsize Jet24.850 EUR
Heavy Jet37.200 EUR
Long Range Jet56.000 EUR
Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats), Long Range Jet (13-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

Isle of Man Airport history from 1928 to today

The airport was built in 1928 and the first passenger flight to the United Kingdom took place in 1933. During the Second World War the airfield came under the control of the Royal Air Force (RAF) and was designated as RAF Ronaldsway airbase, although it was one of the few airfields where civilian flights were operated during the conflict.

Following World War II the harbour was renamed RNAS Ronaldsway and closed until 1944 for works. The facility, which until then consisted of several hangars and had a single grass-bottomed runway, was converted into an aerodrome with four runways and various facilities capable of accommodating three training squadrons to train their crews.

Immediately after the war the airfield was returned to public service only, although it remained in the ownership of the Admiralty, the British Admiralty, until it was sold to the Isle of Man Government in 1948 for £200,000.

In the first decade of the 2000s, the airport underwent several expansions, including lengthening the runway to allow heavier aircraft to use it and extending the terminals to increase the number of gates.

Isle of Man travel guide

The Isle of Man, which harbours the most beautiful shades of green, is a place worth seeing with its impressive landscapes, beaches with clear waters and historical texture.

Among the main tourist attractions throughout the island are the Manx Museum, which reflects the history of the Isle of Man, Port Erin, one of the most beautiful beaches of the island, Peel Castle, one of the symbolic buildings of the island, Port St Mary, which dazzles with its fine sand, Rushen Abbey, which is considered the religious centre of the island built in 1134, Castle Rushen, one of the most important medieval castles in the world, and the Great Laxey Wheel, which has the title of the world’s largest water wheel.

Isle of Man airport transport details

Bus services are provided by Bus Vannin, formerly Isle of Man Transport. Bus Vannin routes 1, 1H, 2, 2A, 2C, 11, 12 and 12A serve Douglas, Castletown, Colby, Port Erin and Port St Mary. Buses run every 20 minutes (Service 1, 1H and 2) during the day Monday to Saturday and every 30 minutes (Service 1H, 2A, 11, 12 and 12A) in the evening and on Sundays. Lines 8 and 8A also connect the airport to Peel – St John’s – Foxdale and Castletown.

Apart from buses, there are car rental services of different companies in the harbour and taxis at the harbour exit.