Birmingham Airport has reinstated its service to Dundee, operated by Scottish airline Loganair.
The first new flight from the Midlands hub took off on May 27th and passengers were treated to a bucks fizz breakfast.
Scottish transport minister Stewart Stevenson was at Dundee Airport to welcome the plane, as well as Loganair chairman Scott Grier.
The new service, which is part of a franchise agreement with Flybe, will see Loganair offer three return services every weekday between Dundee and Birmingham, plus one flight on Sundays.
Peter Vella, business development director at Birmingham Airport, said: "We are delighted that Loganair has decided to reinstate Dundee as a service from Birmingham.
"This popular route is used by both business travellers and has excellent flight times for business meetings, and also leisure passengers for those wanting mini-breaks. It opens up even more opportunity for passengers wishing to visit Scotland."
Mr Stevenson said the new service is "great news for Dundee and for Scotland".