Bristol Airport will see more easyJet flights takeoff from its runway this summer.
The airline has announced it has chosen the travel hub to ramp up the frequency of 15 of its routes.
This should ensure that throughout the summer months, an extra 10,000 seats are available for those flying out of Bristol Airport.
Paphos, Dalaman, Bodrum, Split, Pisa and Ibiza are just some of the destinations which will see more passengers from the south-west travel hub arriving for their holidays.
Commenting on the news, commercial manager at easyJet Ali Gayward said: "Due to increased customer demand we are retaining an additional aircraft in Bristol throughout the summer to make some of our most popular destinations even more accessible to people in the south-west."
Faro, La Rochelle and Geneva are some of the other hotspots to be selected for extra flights.
Other airlines in operation at Bristol Airport include Ryanair, KLM, Thomson Airways and Thomas Cook.