Citywing (V9, Isle of Man Ronaldsway (IOM)) will be the new brand to be adopted by virtual regional carrier Manx2 (NM, Isle of Man Ronaldsway (IOM)) from January 1, 2013. The company has been acquired by its management team led by managing director David Buck which has taken over from the previous largest shareholder Noel Hayes. Citywing will continue to offer the same schedule from the Isle of Man to Belfast George Best City (BHD), Blackpool Squire's Gate (BLK), Gloucestershire (GLO) and Newcastle (NCL) but will drop routes to Leeds/Bradford International (LBA) and Oxford Kidlington (OXF) from early January. It will also continue to operate from Gloucester to Jersey (JER) and on its public service obligation route in Wales between Cardiff International (CWL) and Anglesey Valley (VLY). Manx2 (or Citywing going forward) is essentially just a ticketing agency selling seats on Jetstream 32s chartered from Links Air (LNQ, Humberside (HUY)) and Let 410s chartered from VAN AIR Europe (V9, Brno Turany (BRQ)) and does not have own aircraft or an air operator certificate.