EasyJet will add 10 new domestic and international destinations from the UK as part of its 2014 summer schedule.
The Luton-based carrier will open a new link from London Gatwick to Paris, operating a twice-daily service to Charles de Gaulle from 30 March.
A six-times-weekly service will be added from Gatwick to Newcastle, competing with British Airways' service from London Heathrow. EasyJet will also fly from the London airport to Brittany and to Jersey, a route from which Flybe will withdraw from from next March.
The UK low-cost giant will also add new services from Belfast International airport, operating twice-weekly to Jersey and once per week to Bordeaux.
From Scotland, new services will be operated from Edinburgh to Bodrum and Heraklion, and from Glasgow to Split and Kos.