Passengers will be able to travel on cheap flights to Cancun and Orlando from Bristol International Airport this summer.
Services to Enfidha in north-eastern Tunisia have also been introduced from the south-west airport, with the destination offering easy access to the resorts of Hammamet and Port El Kantaoui.
South-west and Wales-based travellers wishing to take advantage of the favourable Turkish exchange rate can travel on cheap flights to Izmir, which is located close to the country’s holiday resorts on the Aegean coast.
Destinations in Greece, Portugal, Spain and Egypt are also served from Bristol, allowing south-west holidaymakers to take their pick from a number of sunshine destinations.
Shaun Browne, the airport’s aviation director, said he "welcomed" the addition of new destinations and that customers can benefit from cheaper prices if they book early.
"The south-west is an important market for operators who continue to base aircraft and invest money in the region in order to provide options for holiday-makers looking to travel from their local airport," he commented.
It has so far been a busy year for Bristol, with the airport having accommodated 80,000 passengers over the May Day bank holiday.