Wizz Air is set to launch new flights from the UK to Sicily, with fares starting from ￡17.99 each way.
The budget carrier will be offering a new route from London Luton to Catania, with flights set to take off from the 22nd October 2020.
Fares will start from ￡17.99 although it's worth noting this doesn't include additional fees such as cabin bag fees.
The route can already be booked on the Wizz Air website. At the time of writing the FCDO does not advise against travel to Sicily.
There's plenty to see and do in Catania. The picturesque port city offers everything from historic landmarks with intricate architecture - the Catania Cathedral is a firm favourite with visitors - to waterfront eateries and bustling markets.
Then of course it's right by Mount Etna, with heaps of excursions on offer to explore the active volcano.
The new Wizz Air route coincides with the launch of a new base at Catania for the airline.
It also comes as the company announces two new flight routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, to Chisinau in Moldova and Cluj-Napoca in Romania.
The new bases will see heaps more routes being launched in October including Alicante and Malaga in Spain, Larnaca in Cyprus, Faro in Portugal, Lublin in Poland, Kosice in Slovakia and Suceava in Romania.
There are also plans to launch flights to the Canary Islands - Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Tenerife - as well as Lisbon and Eindhoven.
During the coronavirus pandemic, countries may be subject to a change in travel restrictions. Always check the latest FCDO advice for your chosen destination before planning, booking, or going on a trip.