You won't be stuck for a holiday idea this winter.
Dublin Airport has almost 1.6 million extra seats across its route network this winter season.
There are 14 new services at Dublin Airport for this winter season.
Four new services started recently - with Laudamotion launching a service to Vienna, Aeroflot starting a new route to Moscow and Ryanair adding Frankfurt and Luxembourg to its route network from Dublin.
Ten services which started during the summer season will also operate this winter schedule for the first time.
Hainan Airlines is flying to Beijing, Cathay Pacific is operating to Hong Kong, Icelandair is flying to Reykjavik, Aer Lingus is operating services to Philadelphia and Seattle while Ryanair is continuing its services to Athens, Bari, Marrakesh, Santander and Paphos into the winter for the first time.
Norwegian is expanding its services to Stewart International in New York and Lufthansa has increased frequency on its Frankfurt route.
“This is set to be the busiest winter schedule ever at Dublin Airport offering significant additional choice for both business and leisure travellers.
"Whether you are looking for a city break, a winter sun destination or a trip further afield to the Asia Pacific region there are plenty of options to choose from,” said Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison.
“We have been working closely with both existing and new airline customers to further strengthen our route network and provide greater choice and flexibility this winter,” he added.
As well as this, Dublin Airport has announced already that there will be 16 new services in 2019.