Twenty new routes from UK airports are being introduced by easyJet for next summer.
They include services from Belfast, Bristol, Gatwick, Liverpool, Luton, Manchester and Southend, to destinations such as Naples, Seville and Bordeaux.
Four new destinations are Ancona, Genoa, Nea Anchialos in Greece and Reus.
Many of the new routes will be served seven days a week, and will be operated by Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft.
UK country director Sophie Dekkers said: “We’re really pleased to be launching 20 new routes for the summer 2018 schedule.
“Passengers can look forward to fantastic European destinations, whether they are travelling for business or leisure.
“For those who are looking for inspiration on where to go on their break, our Inspire Me app available on our website helps travellers to find flights tailored to their budget and travel dates.
“EasyJet is excited to be continuing to expand, providing low fares and friendly customer service to our passengers.”
The routes are:
Belfast to Isle of Man from £22.56 one way
Belfast to Naples from £18.70
Belfast to Valencia from £26.70
Bristol to Genoa from £26.70
Bristol to Seville from £28.72
Gatwick to Alcona from £32.76
Gatwick to Nea Anchialos from £50.94
Liverpool to Dalaman from £26.70
Liverpool to Palermo from £26.70
Liverpool to Pula from £24.68
Luton to Dalaman from £34.78
Luton to Genoa from £32.76
Luton to Palermo from £32.76
London Luton to Reus from £32.76
Luton to Thessaloniki from £32.76
Manchester to Genoa from £26.70
Southend to Bordeaux from £26.70
Southend to Dubrovnik from £28.72
Southend to Prague from £28.72
Southend to Pula from £26.70
Glyn Jones, CEO of Stobart Aviation that owns Southend airport, said: “We now have a fantastic mix of more than 30 leisure and business destinations for people to explore.
“We’re also thrilled that the UK’s largest airline is investing in a fourth aircraft at London Southend airport.
“It’s proof of our strong partnership with easyJet and demonstrates their continued confidence and commitment to providing an exemplary service for our passengers.
“We currently serve over one million passengers a year with more and more people realising that we are a better way to travel.”
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