EasyJet is returning to Tunisia for the first time since 2015 with two flights a week from Gatwick to Enfidha.
The service launches on 2 May next year to the beach resort and marks the airline’s return to the country after it pulled out in the wake of the Sousse terror attack in June that year which saw 38 people killed.
The budget airline is also launching its first service also from Gatwick to the Albanian capital Tirana.
The service will operate three times a week once it launches on May 1 and comes as the airline prepares a further 12 new routes from the UK.
EasyJet UK country manager Ali Gayward said: “We’re pleased to be continuing to deliver an unrivalled network which, with today’s announcement, sees two new destinations for passengers from the UK and 25 new routes placed on sale across our network.
“Our new routes are making it easier and more affordable than ever for our customers to travel to a range of summer destinations.
“We expect our new destinations to be especially popular amongst customers - offering something different from typical bucket and spade holidays.
“We are continuing to deliver a network of destinations which provide our customers with flexibility and choice, underlining our commitment to providing the destinations our customers want.”
The remaining new routes that will be launched for the summer 2020 season are Belfast-Dalaman; Gibraltar and Catania from Edinburgh; Glasgow to Barcelona, Dalaman and Pula, Liverpool-Antalya; Luton to Verona and Pula and Bristol to Antalya.