Leeds Bradford Airport has experienced a quadrupling of flight capacity by Royal Caribbean International Cruises.
Travellers going on a European cruise departing from Malaga, Barcelona or Palma now have a wider choice of flights.
The cruise ships depart from their Spanish destinations and head onto different places, including some within the Italian Mediterranean and the Canary Islands.
Commercial director at Leeds Bradford Airport Tony Hallwood stated: "This gives our cruise passengers a stress-free start to their holiday with direct flights from Yorkshire to a wide range of Royal Caribbean European destinations."
He added that the travel hub was "delighted" at being selected by Royal Caribbean International Cruises.
Through the summer until October there will be weekly flights to the three Spanish ports, from where holidaymakers will either board the Grandeur of the Seas, the Adventure of the seas or the Liberty of the Seas.
The airport recently announced that Ryanair has launched two new routes which will operate from November – to and from Riga and Kaunas.