More Brits are likely to jet off to warmer climes this winter after six airlines announced new routes from Stansted Airport.
This is good news for people hoping to escape the long nights and chilly weather, with a number of winter sun and ski destinations set to be serviced from the Essex airport.
Cheap flights carrier easyJet is introducing twice weekly flights to Fueteventura, while rival Ryanair will launch new flights to Norway and Spain.
Elsewhere, Blue Air is introducing flights to Romania and Greece and Turkish Airlines will fly to Istanbul.
Low cost airline Iceland Express will offer flights to the north Atlantic island country from Stansted, while Snowjet will cater for skiers by offering flights to Swiss and French resorts.
Stansted commercial and development director Nick Barton welcomed that announcement of the new routes, which come during challenging times for the aviation industry.
"The launch of these new routes just shows what our airline partners can do as they adapt to the changing market conditions and continue to thrive by offering the passenger what they want."
Copenhagen Airport said last month that increasing numbers of people are booking flights to London from the Danish capital.