CITY breaks and hotspot holiday destinations are on the Aer Lingus summer 2017 flight schedule taking off from George Best Belfast City Airport next year.
The airline unveiled next summer's routes this week which include Palma, Malaga, Alicante and Faro, as well as London Heathrow.
There will be daily flights to Faro and Malaga, with flights operating four times each week to Palma, Majorca, and three-times per week to Alicante.
Andrea Hunter, business development manager, Aer Lingus said: "Following another successful summer on our European routes and our recent award for ‘Best Airline out of Belfast City’, we are certain that our choice of destinations, together with award-winning service and value-for-money fares, are just what Northern Ireland customers are looking for.
"This winter marks two important milestones for the airline - not only are we celebrating nine years of operations in Belfast, but this week we are also celebrating our fourth anniversary flying from Belfast City Airport.
"We are delighted to be standing the test of time in the Northern Ireland market where we continually strive to deliver the best possible experience for local travellers."