Robin Hood Doncaster Airport will shortly wave off trial flights from a new airline.
The flights, which are being run by HiAir, will travel to Amsterdam and will be aimed at holidaymakers and business travellers.
Business class service will be delivered to customers on the Jetstream 32 planes, which only have 19 seats, creating a personal service.
Passengers can now make reservations on the flights, the first of which will depart on September 5th this year.
"We bring fresh ideas and energy to the industry and seek to awaken the glamour previously associated with aviation through our ambition to deliver outstanding levels of customer service," Ben King, co-director of HiAir, said.
He added that the company achieves this level of personal service by using local travel hubs like Robin Hood Doncaster Airport where it can trial a niche concept.
Passengers can also fly with a number of other airlines from the travel hub, including Wizz Air, Flybe and Ryanair.