Regional airline Flybe has launched its 2010 summer schedule, which includes services to 190 destinations across Britain and Europe.
Some 24 new routes have been introduced ahead of this summer, including cheap flights to Croatia, Spain, France and Portugal.
Among the new services are flights to Avignon from Birmingham, Hanover from Newcastle and Malaga from Humberside, while Guernsey will be served on flights from Belfast, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Norwich.
Flybe’s chief commercial officer Mike Rutter said the airline is "delighted" to be offering the new flights despite a tough year for the airline industry.
"Together with our franchise partner, Loganair, we remain committed to keeping Britain on the move and, with holiday bookings already up on the same period last year, we are also pleased to report a significant return in business traffic over the last six months," he commented.
Mr Rutter went on to pledge further route introductions in the future.
The carrier said earlier this month that its flights to Manston, which commence from Edinburgh on May 27th, have received "strong interest in record time" from passengers.