Wizz Air is looking to increase the number of flights it operates between Luton Airport and Bucharest.
The low-cost airline already operates a number of services between the London travel hub and Eastern Europe, and the extra services are part of its expansion of its base in the Romanian capital.
From December 15th, Wizz Air will be adding a fifth aircraft in Bucharest, significantly increasing its services to Luton Airport from three to 14 per week.
John Stephenson, executive vice- president of the carrier, said: "Once again having the right business model has proven to deliver great results: we are very satisfied with our business performance in Romania."
Additional services will also be offered between Bucharest and Milan Bergamo, Rome Ciampin and Paris Beauvais.
Wizz Air will also be adding a new service between Luton Airport and Brno in the Czech Republic in December, as well as increasing the number of flights to Prague.
Seats are available on the new route from CZK 337 (£11.23) one way, including taxes.