Isle of Man air link with Yorkshire begins

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 has launched a new air link service between the Isle of Man and South Yorkshire.

The LinksAir flights, which began on 14 April, will operate three times a week between Ronaldsway and Robin Hood Doncaster-Sheffield Airport.

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

LinksAir, based at Humberside Airport, also announced a service between Robin Hood Airport and Belfast in February.

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