Air France KLM is increasing the frequency on several routes from its hubs to the Scottish cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh this summer.
KLM is increasing the number of daily flights on its Amsterdam-Edinburgh route from five to six, and on its Glasgow service from four to five.
Meanwhile Air France is upping the frequency on its Paris-Edinburgh service from three to four daily flights.
The two carriers compete with Easyjet on all three routes, while Ryanair also offers flights between Edinburgh and Beauvais-Tillé airport, located around 85km north of Paris.
Report by Mark Caswell