Low-cost carrier bmibaby has announced the second stage of its winter flights schedule with new services from Birmingham, Cardiff, East Midlands and Manchester.
The airline will add new flights to Barcelona, Krakow, Milan Bergamo and Warsaw in October.
From Birmingham, bmibaby will run flights to Krakow, Milan and Warsaw for the winter season, with new flights from Manchester to Barcelona also announced.
Cardiff Airport will welcome cheap flights to Barcelona and Warsaw, with services to the Polish city also set to takeoff at East Midlands Airport.
The bmibaby airline will serve 21 European destinations from October to March, including Geneva, Paris, Murcia and Prague.
Crawford Rix, managing director of the airline, said: "We have 21 great European destinations to choose from this winter including new flights to Barcelona, Krakow, Milan Bergamo and Warsaw.
"Bookings to these cities have been extremely strong throughout the summer, so we will continue operating the routes during the winter months."
The majority of the new flights for winter will be added at Birmingham International Airport, which will see services to three cities.
This contrasts to the airline's summer schedule which saw Cardiff Airport take centre stage with flights to Gdansk, Alicante, Malaga, Murcia and Palma added earlier this year.