Flight capacity from London to Greece and Cyprus will be updated this summer, as two airlines announced new routes.
New flights between Heathrow and Larnaca will operate daily from 29 March, and a service between Gatwick and Heraklion will commence 21 June with up to six flights a week.
Its service between Birmingham and Athens will also resume for the summer, while the Manchester-Athens route will new operate year-round.
In total Aegean will add two million more seats this year compared to 2014, with many on its new Airbus A320ceos.
Low-cost carrier Norwegian has also announced a new flight to Greece. Services from Gatwick to Kefalonia will commence from 18 April with the airline’s regular service including free Wi-Fi.
The additional capacity comes amid the grounding of flights by Cyprus Airways.