Ryanair will increase frequency on its Dublin to Manchester route this winter from five-times to six-times daily.
The Irish carrier is currently operating a four-times daily summer service on the route.
From late October, it will up this to six-times daily, one more daily flight than during the winter 2014/15 season.
Outbound flights will depart Dublin at 0620, 1035, 1350, 1630, 1850 and 2030 and arrive in Manchester at 0725, 1135, 1450, 1735, 1955 and 2135.
Return flights will leave Manchester at 0800, 1200, 1515, 1720, 1800 and 2140 and land in Dublin at 0900, 1300, 1610, 1825, 1900 and 2240.
Robin Kiely, Ryanair's head of communication, said: "Ryanair is pleased to announce extra flights from Manchester to Dublin, offering customers the largest range of business routes at the lowest fares and convenient business timings."
Last month, Ryanair revealed it will operate 32 routes to/from Scotland during the upcoming winter season (see news, April 24).