Low-budget airline Ryanair today announced five new routes from the UK.
Between Feb 17 and March 31 next year, Ryanair will start flights from London Stansted to Balaton in Hungary, Lamezia and Parma in Italy, and Vitoria in Spain.
In addition, Ryanair will also start flights from London Luton to Brest in France. These are all new destinations and with Ryanair's first ever route to Hungary, the number of countries served by Ryanair rises to 22.
Announcing these five new routes Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary said: "With these five new routes Ryanair will serve 90 destinations from London Stansted and 12 destinations from London Luton and will continue to carry more passengers than BA on their entire worldwide network.
"British passengers and visitors continue to switch away from British Airways' rip-off fuel surcharges and high fares in favour of Ryanair's low fares and "no surcharge" guarantee."