Loganair has announced a twice-weekly Edinburgh-Jersey service, starting next May.
Flights will get under way on 22 May, operating on Saturdays and Sundays through to 26 September.
The Scottish carrier will operate the route using a 70-seater ATR72 turboprop aircraft.
Fares are on sale now, and lead in from £74.99pp one way.
The new service comes in addition to Loganair’s previously announced summer 2021 Jersey flights from Teesside International and Norwich.
“We are excited by the potential of this new route, and believe it will prove very popular next summer,” said Loganair chief commercial officer Kay Ryan.
“The service will ensure customers from Scotland’s central belt have access to one of the most beautiful and popular holiday destinations in the British Isles, as well as allowing Jersey-based customers to directly access the planned dates of next year’s Edinburgh Festival in August.
“It will also provide a one-stop link in both directions between the Highlands and Islands and Jersey, via Scotland’s capital.”
Visit Jersey chief Amanda Burns added the move “further reinforced the demand for travel to Jersey in 2021”.
“This is a real boost for our industry, and we are looking forward to welcoming visitors from Edinburgh and across the central belt to Jersey next summer to experience the variety on offer, from beautiful beaches to historical heritage and family fun.
“It is heartening to see that even during these challenging times, our relationship with Loganair goes from strength to strength, with this route joining further regional options, allowing travellers a greater choice for connectivity to our island.”