Irish budget carrier Ryanair is to station two additional Boeing 737-800s at Liverpool and another at Bristol as part of an expansion at four UK regional airports.
It will open 10 new routes in total, five of them from Bristol - to Venice, Valencia, Gdansk, Palma and Faro - where the additional 737 will bring Ryanair's fleet at the airport to five.
Ryanair says it will place two extra aircraft at Liverpool, bringing the total to eight, and will open three connections to Lodz in Poland, and the Italian cities of Rimini and Trapani.
It will also start Edinburgh-Tampere and Glasgow Prestwick-Carcassonne services. The routes will be introduced over February-April next year.