Monarch will operate a twice a week service to new Enfidha, Tunisia from both Manchester Airport and London Gatwick on Wednesday and Saturday each week.
The airline has also launched its first service to a Moroccan destination with a twice-weekly flight to Agadir from Manchester airport.
A twice-weekly service to Hurghada, Egypt will operate out of Birmingham, Manchester and London Gatwick airports as of today (2 May), while the latter will operate a five-times-a-week service to Nice from Thursday to Monday.
New flights from London Luton airport to Antalya, Turkey have also launched today and will operate three times a week.
A twice-weekly service to Naples will operate out of London Luton airport and Manchester airport between Monday and Friday.
Director of customer experience and marketing, Tim Williamson, said: "This could not come at a better time as we prepare ourselves for our busiest period; the airline will have over 5.5 million seats on sale over the summer period and expects by mid-August to have 1,118 one way departures per week."