New 2024 routes from London Stansted Airport unveiled

From Jordan to Florence, there are some exciting new flights that will be taking to the skies from London Stansted Airport (STN) in 2024.

12 new services will be added to the airport’s departure boards, giving people even more access to destinations from their local airport.

Currently offering access to over 190 destinations, the expansion will undoubtedly provide even more options of interest to local travelers.

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Royal Jordanian: Ammam


Embark on a journey to Amman, Jordan, as Royal Jordanian Airlines introduces a captivating new route this spring. As a member of the oneworld Alliance, including British Airways, Royal Jordanian will operate three weekly flights, escalating to four during the peak summer season.

Travelers can experience the allure of Jordan starting March 3, with one-way fares from London commencing at just £257.

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Operating on the modern Airbus A320 neo fleet, these flights will depart mid-afternoon at 3.45 pm and touch down at Queen Alia International Airport at 10.35 pm.

For those seeking adventure in Jordan, booking your flight is just a click away at rj.com.

Close-up of a BA Euroflyer aircraft parked on the ramp.
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British Airways: Nice, Florence & Ibiza


British Airways, a beacon in the aviation industry, sets its sights on three sun-soaked destinations – Nice, Florence, and Ibiza. Starting May 18, weekend flights will transport you to these European gems.

Operated by BA CityFlyer, utilizing Embraer 190 aircraft with Club Europe and Euro Traveller cabins, these flights offer an unparalleled travel experience.

Prices start at £41 each way to Florence, £36 each way to Ibiza, and £43 each way to Nice. Seize the opportunity to explore these enchanting locales by booking your flight at ba.com.

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Sun Express: Izmir


Sun Express, the result of a collaboration between Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, continues to expand its footprint from London Stansted. Already offering flights to Izmir, Turkey’s third-largest city, the airline is set to soar to Antalya, Adana, and Gaziantep this year.

With over 70 weekly flights to various Turkish destinations, Sun Express solidifies Turkey’s popularity among Stansted’s travelers. Secure your ticket to Turkish adventures at sunexpress.com.

A Jet2 Boeing 737 on approach to London Stansted.
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Jet2: Agadir, Marrakech & Tivat


Jet2, London Stansted’s second-largest carrier, promises a trio of exciting additions to its portfolio. From October, brace yourself for bi-weekly flights to the captivating Moroccan cities of Agadir and Marrakech.

Additionally, 2024 welcomes the introduction of Tivat in Montenegro, a fresh and enticing destination for Stansted travelers. For further details and to book your Mediterranean escape, visit jet2.com or jet2holidays.com.

A Ryanair 737 taxis at Bournemouth Airport.
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Ryanair: Sarajevo & Dubrovnik


April brings a double delight from Ryanair as they unveil Sarajevo and Dubrovnik in their expanding network. Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, will be accessible with a six-times-a-week service.

Additionally, Dubrovnik will become a new base for the airline with daily flights from April onwards. Embrace the allure of these Eastern European gems by booking your journey at ryanair.com.

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