Budget airline Ryanair has announced plans to operate extra flights to Spain and other destinations on Friday (April 23rd).
The carrier will run extra services to and from hubs including Dublin, Birmingham, Liverpool, London Stansted and Edinburgh.
"A limited number of seats will also be available to passengers who opted for a refund from Ryanair, but still find themselves disrupted, for a special one way fare of £100 (plus taxes and charges)," the airline stated.
Some of the destinations served by the airline include Alicante, Malaga, Lanzarote and Tenerife.
Holidaymakers staying at La Torre Resort in Murcia will find no shortage of activities to enjoy during their break.
The Costa Calida, with its golden beaches and warm waters, is the perfect place for visitors to try their hand at water sports.
Local company Scuba4all offer a range of scuba diving courses and cater for people of all abilities.
Children can opt for the Bubblemaker course, which enables them to experience the underwater world while being supervised by a professional instructor.
Golf enthusiasts can combine their holiday in Spain with an intensive course by heading to La Manga Club.
Located in Murcia, the resort is renowned for the quality of its sports facilities and is home to three championship golf courses.
Intensive courses run throughout the year and there are a range of options available. Holidaymakers keen to learn the basics of the game can opt for the Total Golf Learning Experience, which lasts for four days and covers short game skills, bunker play, pitching and tee shots.
Brits who have had holidays in Spain affected by the recent volcano eruption in Iceland may be interested to learn that Travelex is running a competition, to reward passengers with the most epic journey tales.
The foreign exchange provider is giving travellers the chance to win £1,000 to spend on their next break abroad.
In addition, ten lucky runners-up will receive a £100 prepaid currency card each.
Travelex director Julian Neal said there have been some inspiring tales, with people covering thousands of miles and getting home against the odds.
The chaos caused by the recent volcanic eruption in Iceland highlights the need for holiday cover, it has been claimed.
Steve Williams, head of travel insurance at Confused.com, said that although there has been some confusion over what passengers can and cannot claim for, protection is still a must.
"Although British airspace is now open, there could still be further complications as a result of the ash cloud," he explained.
Parents hoping to book a family holiday in Spain this year may be interested to learn that La Manga Club has an excellent range of facilities for children.
The resort, which is located in Murcia, caters for holidaymakers of all ages and runs a number of clubs for youngsters.
Those under the age of 12 can make new friends and enjoy activities including golf, tennis, football and climbing, while teens can try their hand at everything from squash to mountain biking.
In addition, the resort is home to a Games Zone, where children can meet, socialise and enjoy refreshments in the evenings.
As well as making use of the extensive sports and leisure facilities on offer, families holidaying at La Manga Club can take part in the resort's new Funlandia programme.
This runs during the school holidays and features a wide range of exciting activities that people of all ages can enjoy.
Families can take part in sports matches and tournaments, as well as karaoke sessions and bingo.
Kid's movie nights are also held, along with special pool games and races.
Guests that are keen to maintain their fitness regime while on holiday in Spain will find plenty of ways to stay in shape at La Manga Club.
The resort boasts a state-of-the-art gymnasium, where visitors will find a wide range of equipment, including rowers, free weights and cardio machines.
La Manga's health and fitness centre is also home to a stretching area and physiotherapy room, as well as a studio.
In addition, guests can enlist the help of a personal trainer, who can design a programme that is tailored to their specific needs and monitors progress throughout their stay.
Brits planning to take flights to Spain in the near future will be pleased to learn that the majority of UK airspace has now been reopened.
Only a small area in northern Scotland now remains affected by ash blowing over from Iceland.
According to the National Air Traffic Service (Nats), restrictions were lifted as a result of guidance from the Civil Aviation Authority.
"This brings to an end a period of disruption and uncertainty for air passengers.
EasyJet is set to operate hundreds of flights to popular destinations such as Spain today (April 21st), it has been announced.
The news follows the decision to reopen British airspace after six days of closure.
Services resumed across the UK and much of continental Europe earlier this morning, with the airline planning to carry around 140,000 passengers over the course of the day.
"Safety is easyJets number one priority.