People travelling from Leeds/Bradford Airport will soon be able to access destinations in Scandinavia with bmi regional.
The new flights, set to launch on September 1st, are a result of the extended codeshare agreement between bmi regional and Scandinavian carrier SAS.
Flying via Brussels, passengers will be able to reach the capital cities of Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen.
The connections will provide passengers with a schedule of up to three daily departures to the cities.
Bmi regional commercial director Peter Kenworthy said: "We are delighted that the extended agreement with SAS offers passengers from Leeds Bradford quick and easy connections and will complement the direct flights bmi regional already operates between the UK and Scandinavia.
"The agreement gives our passengers real flexibility when travelling and the timings of the flights allow passengers to combine a number of cities in their travel itinerary."
Other European destinations available from Leeds/Bradford include Salzburg, Reykjavik, Krakow and Geneva.