Holiday companies Thomson and First Choice have increased their capacity and added five new routes out of Birmingham Airport.
From summer 2015, they will be introducing more than 37,000 additional seats and five new routes to Agadir in Morocco, Chania in Greece, Djerba in Tunisia, Porto Santo in Madeira and Sal in Cape Verde.
The plans for next summer also include the addition of further weekly flights for existing routes to Dubrovnik in Croatia, Kefalonia in Greece, Antalya in Turkey and Paphos in Cyprus.
It will bring the total destinations on offer from Birmingham Airport to 46.
Karen Switzer, director of aviation planning for Thomson and First Choice, said: "Adding additional capacity from the Midlands and the introduction of five brand new routes demonstrates our commitment to Birmingham Airport and the local area, and following the success of similar routes across a number of regional airports, we know that the demand is there.
"Expanding access to our portfolio of destinations and hotels is a key part of our overall strategy and we hope that this move will enhance the holiday experience for our customers."
William Pearson, Birmingham Airport's aviation development director, added: "Thomson is our largest tour operator so we're extremely pleased to see it expanding its programme further from Birmingham in 2015.
"These five new routes and extra capacity on popular sun destinations is great news for travellers as it means more choice and availability for those wanting to fly from Birmingham with this leading airline."