Germany's biggest low cost carrier Air Berlin (AB) is set to expand across Europe.
Joachim Hunold, its ceo, said there were four countries, the UK, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Italy where new routes could be added or existing ones expanded.
Mr Hunold said an initial public offering (IPO) was also being considered by the airline second in size in Germany after Lufthansa.
"There is still no concrete IPO plan. We are working on the premises," he said.
"The decision is still open on whether there will be an IPO or we'll bring in a long-term financial investor," he added.
AB flew 13.5 million passengers in 2005, an increase of 12.45% on 2004 and saw sales rise by 17% in the same period to 1.23bn.
It increasingly is positioning itself as a European carrier with 48 destinations outside its home country. It plans two new routes in the spring: Dusseldorf to Paris and Helsinki.
Amadeus launches new Call Centre software
Travel IT provider Amadeus has launched a new Call Centre Solution which it claims can help cut costs by 30%.
The software, available to travel management companies and airlines, contains a "dynamic desktop" which identifies a call's country of origin and provides specific information on that country as well as global information.
For example a caller from Sweden would be given content specific to Sweden as well as worldwide content.
Amadeus said that by Call Centre Solution is based on its Amadeus Selling Platform (Vista).
Gillian Gibson, Amadeus's vp multinational customer group, said: "The solution announced today represents the next generation of call centre solutions which will help existing and new customers operate efficient and personalised multi-national call centres."