Flybe will begin a year-round service between Belfast and Liverpool from February 2.
The regional airline will operate three daily frequencies on the route on weekdays, and a daily service at the weekend.
The weekday services will depart Belfast City airport at 0700, 1245 and 1915, landing at Liverpool John Lennon airport at 0745, 1335 and 2005 respectively.
The return flights will take-off from Liverpool at 0825, 1400 and 2030, arriving in Belfast at 0915, 1450 and 2120 respectively.
On Saturdays, the outbound service will leave Belfast at 0825 and land in Liverpool at 0915, with the return service leaving Liverpool at 0940 and arriving back in Belfast at 1030.
On Sundays, the outbound flight will take-off from Dublin at 1915 and arrive in Liverpool at 2005, while the return service will depart Liverpool at 2030 and land in Belfast at 2120.
Paul Simmons, Flybe’ CCO, said: “Flybe has, over the last twelve months, undergone a significant overhaul of the business and this has resulted in a more cost-effective, efficient and flexible operation, enabling us to increase the number of routes we can offer to better serve the travelling needs of both our business and leisure customers.”
Earlier this month, Flybe announced it will open new UK bases at Bournemouth and Aberdeen in March (see news, November 12).