Ryanair has revealed its winter plans at Leeds Bradford Airport, with two aircraft being used to service 11 different routes.
The airline added that it expects to see over one million passengers come to the hub each year, helping to sustain around 1,000 jobs in Yorkshire.
Among the routes which Ryanair will fly to from Leeds Bradford Airport this year include Alicante, Barcelona, Malaga, Krakow and Dublin.
John Parkin, from the hub, said: "We are delighted to unveil an exciting new Ryanair winter schedule from Leeds Bradford with a great mix of low fares routes to winter sun and city break destinations as well as connections to the East and West of Ireland."
Michael O'Leary, chief executive of Ryanair, told the Leeds, York and North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce that an extension to the Lanzarote route will also be included in the winter service.
Recently, it was announced that Ryanair was starting a six-month trial selling copies of Hello! magazine, possibly moving to all flights if it is successful.