Ryanair is launching four new routes from Manchester and adding frequencies to five existing ones.
The Irish airline will start flying to Barcelona, Bologna, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria from March.
Ryanair will operate 14 weekly flights between Manchester and Barcelona, six weekly to Bologna, and four weekly to both Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria.
From Manchester the same month, it will begin operating 56 weekly flights to Dublin, up from 48; ten weekly to Ibiza, up from eight; 14 weekly to Lanzarate, up from 12; 20 weekly to Malaga, up from 16; and 14 weekly to Tenerife, up from 12.
Ryanair spokesperson Maria Macken said: “Ryanair is pleased to deliver four new European routes to/from Manchester to Barcelona, Bologna, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria, as well as increased frequencies on five existing routes, which will deliver over 2.1 million passengers per annum.”