An Aberdeen to Oslo air link has been re-introduced by Loganair as the carrier targets energy sector business travel and city breaks.
Six flights a week have been scheduled with one-way fares starting at £79.
The regional carrier is deploying a 49-seat Embraer 145 regional jet on the year-round route which was previously served by SAS.
Oslo from Aberdeen is Loganair’s latest international connection to Norway this year after the revival of flights from Edinburgh to Bergen and Stavanger in June following the pandemic.
Chief operating officer Luke Lovegrove said: “We’re delighted to restore the important Aberdeen-Oslo route today.
“We know it’s been hugely missed by the business community and are confident it will support growth and strengthen ties between the north-east of Scotland and Norway.”