EasyJet has detailed plans to add 20 new routes to its UK network next summer across seven different airports.
The low-cost carrier says it will start flights from Belfast International to the Isle of Man, Naples and Valencia, from Bristol to Genoa and Seville, from Liverpool to Dalaman, Palermo and Pula and a service from Manchester to Genoa.
The UK carrier is also adding connections from London Gatwick to Ancona and Nea Anchialos, from London Luton to Dalaman, Genoa, Palermo, Reus and Thessaloniki and from London Southend to Bordeaux, Dubrovnik, Prague and Pula.
The Luton-based carrier says that Italian destinations Ancona and Genoa, Nea Anchialos in Greece and Spanish city Reus are new destinations from the UK.
FlightGlobal schedules data indicates that the majority of new routes from the UK regions are not currently operated by rivals, but several routes it is planning to start from London are already flown from other airports in the capital.
From Belfast City, Eastern Airways and Flybe already offer flights to the Isle of Man. Services from Luton to Dalaman were previously operated by defunct carrier Monarch Airlines.
Flybe operated services from London Southend to Prague and Pula during the 2016 summer season, the data shows.