The launch of new flights between the UK and Spain could be good news for holiday home owners, it has been suggested.
Budget airline bmibaby has just announced that flights to the Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca will form part of its winter 2008 schedules.
Crawford Rix, managing director of the airline, believes that Britons who have invested in an overseas property will be among those who take full advantage of these services.
He commented: "Holiday home owners will benefit from the frequent flights to places such as Malaga and Alicante."
Services to the two resorts will be offered from a number of airports in the UK, including Cardiff, Manchester and Birmingham, along with East Midlands.
Mr Rix added that the Spanish Costas are currently one of the "key destinations" in the Mediterranean region.
This comes after Reuters has cited official figures showing that during the first quarter of the year, Spain attracted 10.6 million holidaymakers.