FAQs

Questions you might have...

Flights & Aircraft
When are flights available?
Our current schedule is from 28th May to 14th June 2021. Signup to our mailing list here for more flight announcements.
Where can I book flights to?
Our current destinations are; Isle of Man, Manchester, Belfast (City), Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, Cardiff.
What aircraft will I be flying on?
Ettyl is not an airline and therefore does not operate its own fleet. Our currently on sale flights for the Isle of Man TT 2021 are operated on an ATR 72-600.
Which Terminals are you flights arriving and departing from?
Isle of Man, Belfast City, Glasgow, Cardiff All from main terminal
Manchester - Terminal 3
Dublin - Terminal 1
Birmingham - Terminal 2
What service can I expect on board?
A standard catering service will be available to purchase onboard.
Bookings & Cancellations
Can I take a bag with me?
All of our fares include a 10kg cabin bag no bigger than 55cm x 35cm x 20cm including wheels. And for only £10.00 per bag, each way you can bring a 15kg hold bag. If your hand luggage is larger than the dimensions described above you WILL be charged at the airport.
Can I book seats for myself or my group?
You may select a seat on the aircraft for free. For £9.00 each way you can book an extra leg room seat.
Can I amend my booking?
Via contacting our customer service team.
Can I add on a bag or pick a seat?
Via contacting our customer service team.
Where do I find my boarding pass?
All of our boarding passes are collected from the check-in desks at the airports.
How do I cancel my booking
Via contacting our customer service team
How do I pay for my booking?
Via debit or credit card.
Can I check in sports equipment (golf clubs, bicycles, skis)?
At this time only standard hold luggage can be booked.

Destinations

Travel, just got better. Ettyl is not only committed to providing you with well-served routes to and from the Isle of Man; but also to unserved routes. Check out some of the destinations we will be serving.

Dublin

Attracting people ever since its Viking invasion, Dublin’s youthful energy, multicultural vibe and distinct history has a lot to offer visitors of all ages.

Manchester

The capital of the North, home to over 2.7m people, a city that makes history and shapes the future, Manchester was the heart of the industrial revolution.

Belfast City

The capital of Northern Ireland is a rising star well worth a visit for its welcoming locals, tantalising pubs and restaurants and historic landmarks.

Glasgow

With most of the city’s museums offering free entry there is no excuse not to get out and explore Britain’s first UNESCO City of Music.

Amsterdam

Instantly recognisable for the canals and crooked gabled buildings, Amsterdam is treasure-packed with museums, quirky shops, and novel drinking experiences.

Zurich

Arguably the largest and prettiest city of Switzerland, Zurich offers a stunning mountain lined backdrop to a culturally vibrant, hip and efficiently run metropolis.