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Airline serving IoM seeks help from High Court

Fri, 27 Aug 2010

Ronaldsway
Ronaldsway

One of the airlines serving the Isle of Man has sought help to continue operating from the High Court.

Aer Arann has entered examinership for an initial period of seventy days.

It follows two year's of loss making which has cost the company around €13million.

The airline blames the volcanic ash cloud earlier this year for much of the losses.

Services are expected to operate as normal in this time, and it's hoped new investors will be found.

Currently, Aer Arann has routes to Dublin and London City from Ronaldsway.


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