LoganAir will run a direct route between Jersey and the Isle of Man.
It will operate every Saturday from 22 May until late September.
The airline announced last month that it will run direct flights between Jersey and Edinburgh this summer too.
It also operates service from Jersey to Teesside and Norwich.
An aircraft of up to 50 passengers will be used until 1 July, with an aircraft of up to 70 passengers to be used from 1 July onwards.
“This is another great example of Loganair’s increasing commitment to Jersey and one that I’m sure will be welcomed by both residents and visitors alike. We are pleased to be announcing another new route for this summer, which given the challenging times the aviation industry is experiencing, is a testimony to the hard work of our route development team.” – Matt Thomas, Ports of Jersey CEO.
LoganAir and Blue Islands will also operate services to the Isle of Man via Southampton three times a week from 26 May.
“I am heartened by today’s announcement from Loganair and congratulate everyone involved in helping to secure this new route, which adds to our network of services available to passengers this summer.” – Senator Lyndon Farnham, Economic Development Minister.