Low cost airline Primera Air is launching new routes from London and Birmingham to Toronto in June and May respectively next year.
The Stansted service will be the third transatlantic one the Danish airline is operating out of the airport and will complement those to New York and Boston which launch in April.
Flights to all three destinations will be operated on Primera Air’s new Airbus A321neo aircraft, with a choice of two cabins - full-service premium and low-fare economy.
Primera Air president and chairman Andri M Ingolfsson said: “With our brand new Airbus A321neo aircraft, we are opening routes previously traditionally served only by wide-body aircraft.
“With unmatched efficiency of these new-generation aircraft, we will be able to offer unprecedented prices to our passengers from the UK to the US and Canada.”
Stansted chief executive Ken O’ Toole added: “As a forward thinking and innovative airport we have the ambition and runway capacity to enable us to offer more flights to more destinations across North America, the Middle East and further afield and satisfy the growing demand from businesses and passengers across the region to fly long-haul from their local airport."
Flights to all three destinations are now on sale with prices starting from £149 one-way inclusive of all taxes, fees and charges.
Meanwhile Toronto will be served three times per week on a year-round basis from Birmingham. Service will commence in May 2018.
The airline will offer will offer three weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Tickets start from £149 (one way, all taxes included).