Thomsonfly has announced plans to offer four new flights from Coventry.
The carrier will introduce flights to Tunisia, Greece, Corfu and Menorca as part of its schedule for next summer, marking the first direct flights from Coventry to all four destinations.
Flights to Tunisia will land at Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport and the new cheap flights to Greece will provide a direct connection from Coventry to the island of Zakynthos.
"The exciting new destinations for next summer of Monastir, Zakynthos and Menorca are in response to customer demand for more unusual destinations, direct from a regional airport and we expect them to sell very strongly, especially at such great fares," said Thomsonfly’s commercial director Guy Stephenson.
These new flights were announced as the airport continues to seek permission to expand.
The government ruled against backing plans for a new terminal at the airport earlier this year, however this decision was challenged by the airport’s legal team and a hearing is currently taking place at the High Court.