easyJet TT 2020 Flights On Sale From Thursday

Duke Travel

16 September 2019

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Summer 2020 schedule on sale this Thursday

Low-cost airline easyJet will launch its 2020 summer flight schedule this Thursday.

Getting to the Isle of Man TT has never been easier with easyJet flights operating from Belfast, Bristol, Liverpool, London Luton and London Gatwick to the Isle of Man with the average flight time less than 60 mins.

Flying direct to the Isle of Man from Bristol, Belfast, Liverpool, London Luton and London Gatwick, the airline has proved a popular alternative to the ferry in recent years.

The 2020 Isle of Man TT, running from Saturday, 30th May to Friday, 12th June, falls into the summer season schedule.

Full details of the schedule and pricing will be available via the airline’s website – easyjet.com – from Thursday, 19th September.

As well as direct flights from British airports, easyJet offers an extensive network of connecting flights from across Europe, potentially greatly expanding the reach of the Isle of Man TT, Classic TT and Manx Grand Prix.

With Isle of Man Transport offering “Go Explore” sightseer travel cards valid on all scheduled bus and rail journeys for up to seven days, the era of visitors needing a car or motorcycle to explore the Island and enjoy the TT from multiple vantage points is coming to an end.


Need help to organise a trip to the Isle of Man TT? Contact our friendly TT sales team calling 01624 640044 or email [email protected] 

If you would like more information on any of the above or wish to book contact us via email or telephone


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