The Greek island of Rhodes and gateway to the French Mediterranean Montpellier are the latest additions to easyJet’s summer programme at Bristol airport.
The two routes follow confirmation last month easyJet would fly to Biarritz, Brindisi and Milan Malpensa airports from the south west hub over the summer months.
EasyJet will base 17 aircraft at Bristol this summer operating up to 740 flights a week across 74 routes, a 10% increase in capacity on summer 2018.
The airline has also increased capacity at Bristol on routes to Lyon, Zakynthos, Belfast, Glasgow and Paris Charles de Gaulle.
UK country manager Ali Gayward said: “Bristol is a key market for easyJet, and we continue to be committed to sustainable growth at the airport.
“We have added a significant number of extra seats this summer which means we can continue to provide affordable, convenient connections for our customers whether they’re travelling for business or leisure.”
Nigel Scott, Bristol airport business development director, added: “The network offers passengers in the region an extensive choice and flexibility of flights while choosing to use their local airport.
“This growth has been accomplished by passengers wishing to connect for business, visiting family and friends or enjoying a well-deserved holiday. We look forward to further development of the long-standing relationship between both companies and extending the route network in the future.”