Ryanair is to launch flights between Edinburgh and Bucharest this winter.
The three times weekly service will start on October 30, operating on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The carrier has yet to announce the new route, but the news has been reported by Romanian aviation website aeronews.ro, and the flights are already available for purchase at ryanair.com.
Earlier this week rival low-cost carrier Wizz Air announced plans for four new routes from Edinburgh airport, including Warsaw (Chopin), Gdansk, Budapest and Bucharest.
It is also understood that Ryanair will increase the frequency of its flights from Edinburgh to Budapest, Warsaw (Modlin) and Gdansk this winter.
Ryanair offers over 50 year-round and seasonal routes from Edinburgh airport, whereas Wizz Air is a newcomer, with its first four routes set to launch this December.