Loganair will restore its Teesside-Jersey route next summer after operations at Teesside were paused in 2018.
Twice-weekly flights from Teesside International will resume on 8 May 2021, operating on Saturdays and Sundays.
Return fares lead in from £74.99pp, including 15kg hold luggage and 6kg hand luggage.
Outbound flights will depart Teeside at 1.45pm, arriving Jersey at 3.10pm.
Saturday Jersey-Teesside flights will depart at 11.40am, arriving Teeside at 1.05pm.
On Sundays, they will depart Jersey at 3.50pm, arriving Teeside at 5.15pm.
Amanda Burns, chief executive of Visit Jersey, said the move would "significantly improve" the island’s connectivity.
"We know travel is a challenge at the moment, but with the return of this short-haul route comes the perfect opportunity for UK travellers to enjoy an idyllic domestic holiday.
"This is an excellent indicator that our island continues to be a desirable travel destination and we look forward to welcoming back visitors, both old and new, in 2021.”
A Loganair spokesperson added: "With travel to the continent remaining uncertain, we’re confident the Channel Islands will prove a popular destination with our customers as they seek sunshine closer to home.
"Next year, we’ll also continue our popular [Jersey] route from Norwich, and our recent codeshare partnership with Blue Islands will provide enhanced connectivity from across the UK.”