British Airways will operate 18 weekly flights from London City to Geneva from September, more than trebling its service between the two airports.
The carrier will also turn the route, currently a five-times weekly winter seasonal operation, into a year-round service.
From September 6, BA will fly three-times daily from LCY to Geneva on weekdays, once on Saturdays and twice on Sundays.
From Monday to Saturday, flight BA2281 will depart LCY at 0815 and arrive in Geneva at 1050, with return flight BA2280 leaving Geneva at 0710 and landing in London at 0745.
On weekdays and Sunday, flights BA2285 and BA2287 will depart City at 1425 and 1850 respectively, arriving in Geneva at 1700 and 2125. Return flights BA2284 and BA2286 will leave Geneva at 1255 and 1745 respectively, landing in London at 1330 and 1820.
Luke Hayhoe, BA's general manager commercial at LCY, said: "Geneva has traditionally been a leisure route for us from London City but more and more of our customers have been asking us to provide a year-round business schedule, linking these two important commercial centres and complimenting the services we offer from London Heathrow."
Last week, BA announced it will launch two new routes from London Heathrow to Reykjavik and Salzburg this winter (see news, May 7).