Airline Ryanair has confirmed a new route from Cardiff Airport to Barcelona.
The Irish carrier has included the route in its 2019 summer schedule from the Rhoose-based airport, which is owned by the Welsh Government.
The season, which starts next April, will see two weekly scheduled flights to Barcelona.
There will also be new flights to Malta (twice a week).
It will also continue its Cardiff to Faro (twice a week) and Tenerife (weekly) flights.
The expansion will see it operating seven flights a week out of the Rhoose-based airport, carrying around 100,000 passengers a year.
The airline is offering fares for travel on the routes in April and May of just £24.99 if booked by midnight tomorrow.
Robin Kiely of Ryanair said: “We are pleased to launch our Cardiff summer 2019 schedule with four routes, including two new routes to Barcelona and Malta, as we double our Cardiff traffic.
“Welsh customers can now book flights to the sunshine as far out as October 2019, all on the lowest fares.”
Chief executive of Cardiff Airport, Debra Barber, said: ” It is great to see that Ryanair continues to recognise the potential that exists to build on its offering at Cardiff Airport, having already announced a new route to Malta from April 2019.
“Furthermore, we are very pleased by today’s announcement that Ryanair will begin operating regular, low-cost flights to Barcelona from next summer – the ideal destination for a city break or beach holiday in the sun.
“The announcement of two new routes in as many months means that Ryanair has now doubled its choice of destinations for summer 2019.”