Icelandair will increase its flights between Reykjavik and Glasgow next year.
From March 19, the carrier will add an extra frequency, taking the route from what is currently a five-times weekly operation to a six-times weekly service.
The additional outbound/return flights will depart on Saturdays and will be operated by a B757-200 aircraft.
Outbound service FI430 will depart Reykjavik at 0735 and arrive in Glasgow at 0940. Return leg FI431 will leave Glasgow at 1405 and land in Reykjavik at 1525.
Andres Jonsson, Iceland's general UK manager, said: "Demand from our longest serving international gateway is strong and we look forward to offering more options of flying to Iceland and connecting into our network to US and Canada."
Icelandair will also launch a year-round, four-times weekly service between Reykjavik and Aberdeen next year (see news, August 17).