Jersey and Gibraltar are set to gain new London links this summer.
British Airways has announced two new island routes, launching on 25 June.
BA CityFlyer will operate two flights a week to both Jersey and Gibraltar.
The flights, from London City airport, will operate on Mondays and Fridays.
BA said the services would offer important air links for business travellers, holidaymakers and families, as well as cargo services.
Jersey fares lead in from £42pp and Gibraltar £43pp, both one-way, and are on sale now.
Bookings will benefit from BA’s flexible booking policy, allowing customers to change bookings for travel through to the end of April 2022 without penalty – or to cash them in as a voucher.
BA CityFlyer managing director, Tom Stoddart, said the routes had been sought by customers "for quite a while".
"Whether it’s for a holiday or visiting friends or relatives who live either end of route when the time is right, customers will benefit from direct flights to and from the extremely conveniently located London City airport," said Stoddart.
Vijay Daryanani MP, Gibraltar’s minister for business, tourism and transport, said the seasonal flights would complement British Airways’ mainline services from Heathrow.
"Our tourism, retail and hospitality industries can also look forward to greeting customers from the city and the east London catchment area," said Daryanani.
Matt Thomas, group chief executive of Ports of Jersey, added: "We understand the importance of connectivity to London’s financial centre, as well as for islanders wanting easy access to central London, or to take advantage of the many onward connections available."
Flights will be operated by Embraer E190 aircraft on Mondays and Fridays.
Jersey flights will depart London City at 9.45am, arriving Jersey 10.50am. Return flights will depart Jersey at 11.25am, arriving London City at 12.30pm.
Gibraltar flights, meanwhile, will depart London City at 1.15pm, arriving Gibraltar 5.10pm. Return flights will depart Gibraltar at 5.55pm, arriving London City at 7.50pm.