The airline Ryanair has launched its biggest-ever winter schedule from Leeds Bradford Airport - including a new route to Wroclaw in Poland and a new winter service to Murcia in Spain.
The flight to Wroclaw, the largest city in Western Poland, is the airport's fourth Polish route, with Murcia providing easy access to the Costa Calida, favoured by overseas property owners. Both will operate twice weekly.
It now sees the budget airline offering flights on a total of 17 routes, serving an estimated 1.3 million customers per year and supporting 975 jobs at the West Yorkshire airport.
This summer's schedule includes five new routes to Bratislava , Girona, Gran Canaria, Vilnius and Warsaw.