Scandinavian Airlines will introduce a new route between Stockholm Arlanda and Hamburg in April.
The carrier will operate the direct service twice daily on weekdays and daily on Sundays.
SAS will deploy a B737-600 with capacity for 120 passengers and a B717 with capacity for 115 passengers on the 90-minute route.
Joakim Landholm, head of commercial at SAS, said: "We are delighted that we once again will be able to offer our passengers the opportunity to fly direct between Stockholm and Hamburg with SAS.
"This is a much-requested route among SAS passengers and northern Germany is a key business area for many Swedish companies. With a good business timetable, along with fast track and lounge, we have a strong offering and we are hopeful that this venture will turn out very well."
SAS recently announced that it will launch eight routes in summer 2014 including direct services to Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Leeds (see news, November 21).