EasyJet will launch summer flights to the Greek island of Rhodes from Bristol on June 2.
The service will operate twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays until October 23 with fares from £39.24.
The new route, easyJet’s 70th from Bristol, is expected to carry over 7,000 passengers this summer.
EasyJet will fly to Rhodes from five UK airports this year – London Gatwick, Luton, Liverpool, Newcastle and now Bristol.
The airline’s UK country manager Ali Gayward said: “The launch of this new route demonstrates the continued growth of the easyJet network across the UK and Europe as well as our ambition of always providing a great service and low fares.”
With the addition of Rhodes’ flights, easyJet will operate over 32,000 flights a year from Bristol.