Cheap flights carrier easyJet will launch 13 new flights across Europe as part of its 2009 summer schedule.
Five of the new flights will operate out of airports in the UK, giving holidaymakers a wider choice of destinations to choose from.
Andy Harrison, chief executive of easyJet, said he was "delighted" to be offering new flights to European cities and resorts.
"easyJet has grown dramatically over the past 13 years, by offering its familiar combination of low-fares with care and convenience," he said.
The airline will introduce four new flights from London Gatwick to Munich, Zurich, Vienna and Bodrum between April 2nd and April 23rd.
It will also launch a new flight from Manchester to the Turkish resort of Dalaman on August 6th.
Among the stand-out European services are flights from Paris Orly to Dubrovnik, Milan Malpensa to Rhodes and Lyon to Pisa.
easyJet chairman Sir Colin Chandler said this week that the carrier had started 2009 "better than we expected".