Cheap flights to Isle of Wight
When is the best time to fly to Isle of Wight?
The summer time is the busiest season to visit and you’ll find cheap flights to Isle of Wight a little harder to come by. If you plan ahead and secure your flight tickets a couple of months in advance though you might even be able to find some of the cheapest flights to Isle of Wight even during this peak season. Camping is a very popular means of accommodation though and the summer definitely brings with it increased prices so it’s worth doing some research ahead of time to find reasonably priced accommodation. School holidays, Easter and certain events or festivals will also increase the costs of flights to Isle of Wight so make sure to secure your flight tickets in advance.
From late October to early March is classed as the low season. The weather is a lot colder and wetter and you might find some facilities unavailable or closed. That said, it is also when you’ll find the cheapest flights to Isle of Wight so if you are after a bargain, these months might provide you ridiculously cheap flight tickets.
When is the best time to book a flight to Isle of Wight?
Definitely aim to go from mid spring to late August as the weather is warm and generally sunny, especially during the peak of summer. It’s advisable to secure your flight tickets a couple of months in advance to secure the cheapest flights to Isle of Wight, however, you can find some bargain flights last minute. If you’re not too fussed about the sun then the winter can be an option although the rainfall can potentially ruin it for you and it can rule out camping altogether. If you are flexible with your dates then you are almost guaranteed to find the cheapest flights to Isle of Wight and can find some steals during the peak season too.
How long is the flight to Isle of Wight?
Flights from London to Isle of Wight: 3 hours 30 minutes.
Flights from Manchester to Isle of Wight: 55 minutes.
Flights from Birmingham to Isle of Wight: 3 hours 30 minutes.
Flights from Glasgow to Isle of Wight: 1 hours 30 minutes.
Which airlines operate flights to Isle of Wight?
FlyBE is the main airline to provide cheap flights to Isle of Wight. Depending where you are flying from you might also have the option to fly with British Airways too but these are primarily for the connecting flights to Isle of Wight. Despite the lack of airlines that offer flights to Isle of Wight it is still easy to find cheap flight tickets, especially with a bit of forward planning.
How to get from the airport to the city centre?
Flights to Isle of Wight will take you to Southampton. From there you have to get a ferry across to the island. Luckily there are a few reliable options to help you get from A to B. Bus services are very regular and run to the Red Funnels ferry terminals on Town Quay. If you have a valid Red Funnels ticket you can actually get a free shuttle bus from the south side of Southampton Central Rail Station making the transition a little easier although it is only £1 if you’re not a customer of Red Funnels. You can also get a taxi from the airport to the ferry port and from there you can jump on the ferry to the Isle of Wight.
Isle of Wight insider information
- Those who love a bit of ‘Glamping’ should definitely consider the Isle of Wight. It’s a great summer camping destination so if it’s something that interests you, take a look at these 5 glamping spots once you’ve booked your flights to the Isle of Wight.
- The Tennyson Trail is a must-do for all hikers. It shouldn’t be missed and it’s no surprise that it makes the list of the 7 best woodland walks in the UK.
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More useful information about Isle of Wight
- Rail travel is a tremendous way to get around England domestically.
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- It's always peak season when visiting London.
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