Monarch has announced the expansion of its route network for summer 2014.


A number of new destinations will operate for the first time, while some existing destinations will be served from more airports.
The airline is expanding into North Africa, with flights to Enfidha in Tunisia – located midway between Tunis and Monastir – operating twice-weekly on Wednesday and Sunday from both Manchester and Gatwick. Fares start from £59.99 one-way.


Meanwhile, Agadir will become the airline’s first Moroccan destination, with twice-weekly flights on Tuesday and Saturday from Manchester and on Tuesday and Friday from Gatwick. Fares start from £67.99 one-way.
A twice-weekly service to Hurghada in Egypt will run on Tuesday and Friday from Birmingham, Gatwick and Manchester from May 2, with fares starting from £160.99 one-way, while in Europe, a five-times-weekly service to the French Riviera from Gatwick will be introduced from Thursday through to Monday, with fares from £44.99 one-way.


In addition, Naples flights will be twice-weekly on Monday and Friday from both Manchester and Luton airports, leading in at £61.49 one-way.


All new routes are now available to book from www.monarch.co.uk

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