Ryanair will launch its first routes from Belfast City airport for more than a decade in the summer.
The budget carrier has announced eight new routes departing the Irish capital, six to Spain, and one each to Portugal and Italy.
The programme includes seven weekly flights to Malaga, Majorca, Faro and Alicante.
It will serve Barcelona five times a week, and Ibiza, Milan Bergamo and Valencia twice a week.
Fares lead in for a limited time only from £14.99pp for travel from June to October.
All fares will come with the option to take advantage of a "zero change fee" guarantee if people’s plans change.
"We are delighted to make a return to Belfast City airport this summer, having previously operated here in 2010," said Ryanair director of marketing, Dara Brady.
"The UK government’s highly successful roll-out of their vaccination programme gives customers the confidence travel will be possible this summer."
Brian Ambrose, Belfast City chief executive, hailed Ryanair’s return as "excellent news" for people in Northern Ireland hopeful of a summer getaway.
"The choice of routes offered by Ryanair will facilitate both city breaks and relaxing beach holidays for our passengers," said Ambrose.