Cheap flights carrier Ryanair has launched 11 new flights from Bristol International Airport.
Among the new routes are services to the Spanish cities of Seville and Malta, flights to four French destinations including Limoges and Montpellier and routes to the Italian cities of Trieste, Rimini and Cagliari.
This means that Ryanair now operates a total of 30 flights from the south-west airport to 13 different nations.
Aviation director at Bristol International Airport Shaun Browne said that the 11 new routes are "exciting news" for people wanting to fly from the south-west.
"Routes such as Perpignan and Rimini provide opportunities for leisure passengers to explore new destinations, while services to Seville and Montpellier will be well used by the region’s business community," he explained.
Ryanair will base two new aircraft at Bristol, which doubles the airline’s presence at the airport.
Last month, work began on Bristol Airport’s £7.5 million western walkway project.
The 450-metre long walkway will improve access at the airport for disabled passengers.