EasyJet has added more UK domestic routes, including some that were previously served by Aer Lingus Regional operator Stobart Air, which recently ceased operations.
The airline is adding three new UK airports to its domestic network, including launching operations from Belfast City Airport for the first time to Gatwick.
EasyJet will also be returning to Leeds Bradford and East Midlands airports with new flights to and from Belfast International Airport, routes previously served by the Stobart Air-operated Aer Lingus Regional.
The airline has also put over 60,000 additional seats on sale across existing routes from Belfast International to Birmingham from 3 July operating 22 times a week; to Manchester from 9 July operating 27 times a week; to Edinburgh from 2 July operating 22 times a week; and to Glasgow from 2 July operating 20 times a week.
UK Country Manager Ali Gayward said: “We were sorry to see the news about Stobart Air and so are pleased to continue to provide key regional connectivity from Belfast International Airport to East Midlands and Leeds Bradford airports, as well as launching easyJet operations for the very first time from Belfast City Airport to London Gatwick.”