Glasgow Airport has secured hundreds of extra flights from carriers such as Virgin Atlantic, Thomson and Thomas Cook in order to fill the gap left by Flyglobespan, it has revealed.
A number of airlines - including Flybe and easyJet - are also offering special fares on flights for customers affected by the collapse of the Scottish company.
Holidaymakers planning to book flights to Spain may be interested to learn that Thomas Cook has already announced extra winter services to Alicante and Tenerife.
Amanda McMillian, managing director of Glasgow Airport, commented: "The majority of flyglobespan's routes were popular sunspot destinations that are already served by other well established carriers.
Budget airline easyJet has extended its rescue package to help stranded Flyglobespan passengers return to the UK.
The carrier is offering a special fare of £60 including taxes for holidaymakers booking flights from France, Switzerland, mainland Spain, the Balearics and Portugal back to Britain.
Passengers stranded in other areas, including Cyprus and Egypt, have been offered a special rescue fare of £80.
In addition, the airline has announced plans to offer special fares to passengers due to travel on Flyglobespan routes that directly overlap with easyJet.
Holidaymakers who want to leave their everyday stresses and strains behind will find plenty of opportunities to relax at La Manga Club.
One great way of unwinding when on holiday in Spain is to indulge in a luxury spa circuit.
The Mar Menor Circuit lasts for approximately three hours and involves top to toe pampering and relaxation.
Guests are welcomed to the spa and taken on a tour of the facilities, before being treated to a soothing camomile and sea salt bath, as well as a tension-relieving neck and back massage.
Brits holidaying at La Torre Resort in Spain will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out.
Guests staying at the complex will find a wide variety of cuisine on offer, with something to suit all tastes.
La Encina is an impressive buffet-style restaurant with an outdoor terrace, which serves up a range of grilled meat and fish dishes, as well as salads, suhsi and an assortment of cooked meats, making it an ideal choice for families.
Meanwhile, people who are keen to sample traditional Mediterranean food can head to Limonero, which specialises in paella and other rice dishes cooked on an open fire.
After enjoying a delicious meal in one of the resort's restaurants, guests holidaying at La Manga Club may be looking for somewhere to have a relaxing after-dinner drink.
The complex is home to several bars, with something to suit all tastes.
People who want to unwind in a spacious and modern environment can head to the Piano Bar, where live entertainment is offered nightly from 11pm and guests can enjoy tapas accompanied by a variety of international cocktails and flavoured vodkas.
Elswehere, Mulligan's Bar is a great spot for guests keen to stay up-to-date on the latest sporting events.
If you're keen to improve your tennis skills and impress family and friends back home, then a holiday at La Manga Club could be the perfect option.
The resort, which is located in Murcia, is home to 28 tennis courts, including 20 clay areas, four hard courts and four AstroTurf zones.
Guests will also find two squash courts, equipment hire services, a racquet maintenance service and a pro shop.
The highly-acclaimed La Manga Tennis Academy offers a range of courses, as well as one-to-one lessons and expert tuition.
Abta The Travel Associaiton is calling for the government to take action following the failure of Scotland's largest airline Flyglobespan.
The organisation said passengers on flights to Spain and other destinations should be offered the same level of protection as those booking package holidays.
Abta chief executive Mark Tanzer commented: "The government must take action so that airline customers are no longer treated as second class citizens and have the same level of protection that tour operators have provided to their customers for over 30 years."
He added that once more passengers have been left stranded as a result of a carrier going bust and said they are likely to be left out of pocket.
As well as several formal restaurants and family eateries, there are a number of places where guests can enjoy a simple light bite to eat at La Manga.
If you are peckish throughout the day or fancy a simple sandwich and cup of coffee, there are several venues to choose from.
Located at Las Lomas Village, the Deli Cafe serves up a range of tasty treats and is a great spot for breakfast. The terrace there offers spectacular views and guests can also stock up on essential groceries for their own apartments.
Christmas and holidays are the key times for fathers to spend quality time with their children, it has been revealed.
Research carried out by HomeAway.co.uk found that 40 per cent of dads do not get home from work until their children have gone to bed.
As well as swimming in the many pools at La Manga Club, families staying at the resort can also take a dip in Spain's famous Mar Menor - or Little Sea as it is also known.
Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, the Mar Menor measures 175 square kilometres and attracts watersports enthusiasts from all over the world.
The waters are calm and shallow, which makes it an excellent option for those trying their hand at sailing and scuba diving for the first time.
Furthermore, the lagoon enjoys warmer temperatures than the surrounding sea and is no more than seven metres deep in any place.