10 of the cheapest airports to fly from in the UK

With the weather across the UK taking a turn for the worse, some people might be planning a holiday somewhere with warmer weather.

Will you be setting off from any of these airports?
Will you be setting off from any of these airports?

For those looking to jet off, check out this list first - these are 10 of the airports with the cheapest flight deals in the UK.

This London airport was named the best airport in Europe for international deals by Scotts Cheap Flights and is actually the busiest airport in Europe - with so many airlines serving the airport, it keeps prices competitive.
Manchester Airport comprises of three passenger terminals and the sheer volume of destinations served means a wide variety of amazing flight deals from the city.
This airport is the operating base for low-cost regional airlines such as Flybe, Jet2, Ryanair and others. With 28 airlines serving direct flights to over 150 destinations around the globe, great deals are waiting to be found.
Operating as a single runway airport, Gatwick competes with the flights offered by nearby Heathrow which helps drive prices down.
Those travelling on a budget are well provided for at Edinburgh Airport, with cheap short-haul European flights are provided by the likes of Ryanair, EasyJet and Jet2, with package holidays offered by the latter.
Bristol airport is regularly used by budget airlines like Ryanair and Easyjet, as well as slightly less recognisable airlines like Balkan Holidays Air flying to Bulgaria, Blue Islands to Switzerland and Tarom to Moldova.
Prestwick offers travellers a whole range of options for cheap flights - especially if you're flexible on your budget.
Perfect for those boosting off on a family holiday, Newcastle Airport is the place to be. Child friendly, this airport has a games area with dance mats, football tables and plenty of choice when it comes to food and drink.
You can fly to most major cities in Western and Eastern Europe from East Midlands Airport, as well as locations a bit further afield, like Egypt, the Cape Verde Islands, New York and Cancun.
Budget airline carriers connect Liverpool to loads of major European hubs like Amsterdam, Barcelona and Paris, with return flights easily available for less than 100.