Manx Airlines was an English owned but Isle of Man based airline which existed between 1982 and 2002. Its head office was located on the grounds of Isle of Man Airport.
Manx Airlines was a joint venture founded by British Midland Airways and AirUK. In 1991 Manx Airlines created Manx Airlines Europe in order to expand and fly routes within the United Kingdom. In 1994 Manx Airlines Europe became a franchise carrier for British Airways. In 1996 Manx Airlines Europe changed its name to British Regional Airlines. In 2001 British Airways purchased the British Regional Airlines Group. The airline was merged with Brymon Airways to create British Airways CitiExpress. Manx Airlines ceased operations on 31 August 2002.