Aer Lingus is launching six more routes from its new Gatwick hub - Bucharest, Eindhoven, Tenerife, Lanzarote, Warsaw and Vilinus for winter this year.
Its current flights to Dublin, Faro, Knock, Malaga, Munich, Vienna and Zurich will continue, but it will drop Nice during the winter months. With the addition of these new routes, the airline will operate 118 round trips a week.
Aer Lingus Corporate Affairs Director, Enda Corneille, says: “To give our customers a greater choice in destinations, we’ve introduced six new routes which are popular to travellers during the winter months - perfect for anyone looking to escape the British winter.
“We are still competitively priced, as well as making life a little easier for customers with free allocated seating, self service check-in kiosks, web check-in and onboard service that puts our competitors to shame!”
The six new services will start on 25 October with the exception of Vilnius, which commences on the 10 September.