Low-cost carrier easyJet has revealed that it will launch another two new routes from the UK this winter.

The first is a daily service between London Luton and Hamburg. This service will launch on November 5th and will cost as little as £20.99 one way.

Secondly, easyJet will begin flights between East Midlands Airport and Palma from February 7th. This route will operate three times a week and tickets cost from £22.99 one way.

During the busy summer season, the route to Palma will increase to offer a daily service from East Midlands.

The new routes mean that that airline will launch a total of 46 new flights over the winter - with many of them offering UK holidaymakers the chance to visit some new and established vacation destinations.

A statement on the airline's website reads: "easyJet’s growth this winter reflects the airline’s continued commitment to connect its bases across Europe with currently served destinations as well as expansion into new markets including: Bucharest, Bari, Gdansk, Madeira, Innsbruck, Vienna, Sofia and Zurich."

Recently, easyJet started flying between Belfast and Ibiza, bring the total number of services it offers from Northern Ireland to 20.

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