Thomsonfly, the world's largest charter airline, has unveiled a new route flying from Manchester to Mahon in Menorca.
Starting in May next year, the flights will carry on throughout the summer until the end of October and will be priced in line with the rest of the firm's pricing structure.
As well as flights to Mahon, Thomsonfly has recently revealed that it is opening up a host of other new routes flying out of Manchester.
Included in that range of flights are trips to Corfu, Cyprus, Dubrovnik, Faro, Naples, Salzburg, the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Tenerife.
Guy Stephenson, commercial director at Thomsonfly, said: "Manchester is Thomsonfly's largest base departure hub for us and we will continue to introduce new flight routes from Manchester and the north-west region."
As well as offering new flights from Manchester, the airline announced yesterday that it is to begin another new service from Cardiff to Barcelona.
Thomsonfly says that it is the only airline offering low price flights to the Spanish city operating out of Cardiff and will provide residents of the Welsh capital the perfect excuse to search out some Spanish sun.
Article ID: 19, Posted: Wed, 13 Dec 2006 15:14:17 GMT