LinksAir announce Isle of Man air link to South Yorkshire

Robin Hood Doncaster-Sheffield Airport LinksAir will be the first service to connect the Isle of Man with South Yorkshire

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A UK-based airline is to launch a new service between the Isle of Man and South Yorkshire.

LinksAir said it will operate three flights a week between Ronaldsway and Robin Hood Doncaster-Sheffield Airport from 14 April.

A spokesman said it will operate the 55-minute service on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays.

Commercial Manager Roger Hage said LinksAir were "delighted to introduce the service".

Steve Gill, managing director of Robin Hood airport, said it was "fantastic news for Yorkshire and Manx passengers".

LinksAir also announced a service between Robin Hood Airport and Belfast.

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