A new route has been set up between Gatwick Airport and the Spanish town of Vigo, according to reports.
The budget airline, Clickair, is now running the flights three times per week between the two destinations.
The inaugural flight to the destination, which is the biggest city in the Spanish region of Gallicia, took place on June 21st using an Airbus A320, TravelMole reports.
Around 60,000 passengers are expected to take advantage of the new route.
Flights to Seville, Bilbao, Valencia, La Coruna and Barcelona are already in operation from the UK by the low-cost airline operator from both Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport.
The town has hot summers as well as mild winters meaning that it is a destination which is temperate all the year round.
Clickair operates flights all over Europe including Paris, Pisa and Rome.