2 June 2012
Last updated at 17:15
The Olympic flame was guarded by members of the torch security team as it was taken to Liverpool John Lennon Airport for its flight to visit the Isle of Man, on Day 15 of the torch relay.
On board the plane the flame travelled in four lanterns which had their own special seats and were watched over by a security team member.
It flew on British Airways plane The Firefly and landed at Ronaldsway Airport in the Isle of Man at around 09:40 BST. Paul Deighton, chief executive of London 2012, carried the flame in its special lantern.
The first torchbearer was Leanne Harper, 26, from the Isle of Man, who was nominated for her strength in battling cystic fibrosis and her efforts in raising money for research by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Miss Harper ran a lap of the track at the National Sport Centre before handing on the flame to Victoria Karran, who was selected for her voluntary work at the Commonwealth Youth Games.
Thirty-eight torchbearers carried the flame around the island through Douglas, Laxey, Onchan, Ballasalla and Castletown.
In Douglas the flame had its first motorcycle ride. Three-time World Enduro champion David Knight was carried as a pillion passenger behind former TT racer Richard "Milky" Quayle.
James Holmes, 13, from the Isle of Man, took the flame on an RNLI Lifeboat
The Olympic torch was carried on the lifeboat from South Quay to Circus Beach.
The teenager was selected for his time and dedication to the Scout movement.
The flame was then carried via horse tram in Douglas by torchbearer Mo Barnes-Sherring. She was nominated for being an instructor for charity Riding for the Disabled.
Maureen Barnes-Sherring, 73, was chosen for a lifetime dedicated to helping disabled sportsmen and women on the Isle of Man.
Torchbearer Cai Beynon carried the flame to the Laxey Wheel - a large waterwheel nicknamed the ‘Lady Isabella’ after the wife of the former Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man.
The flame ended the day in Belfast where Dame Mary Peters was among a group of dignitaries who met the flight over from the Isle of Man at George Best Airport. The 1972 Olympic gold medallist received the lantern containing the flame from London 2012 chief executive Paul Deighton before carrying it out of the airport.