Wizzair has announced three new routes from its base at London Luton airport.

The low-cost carrier will launch flights to Athens, Keflavik (for Reykjavik) and Bari in spring 2018, as well as increasing the frequency of its Larnaca service to ten flights per week.

Flights to the Greek capital will operate daily from April 29, while those to Keflavik will launch on the same day, initially as a four times weekly weekly service (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) before increasing to daily from September 17.

Finally the Luton-Bari service will start on March 25, with two flights per week (Wednesday and Sunday), before increasing to four times weekly (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) from April 19.

Earlier this year the airline launched flights from Luton to Kutaisi (Georgia), Tel Aviv and the Kosovan capital Pristina.

Wizzair is the second largest airline operating at Luton, behind Easyjet. Next year the carrier will offer a total of 78 routes from nine UK airports, 45 of those from Luton.