Brussels Airlines has announced that it will be launching a new flight between the Belgian capital and Palermo on April 4th.
The commencement of the flight will see the airline add another Sicilian destination on top of its existing Brussels to Catania route. It will also push the number of Italian cities it flies to to ten.
Commenting on the new flight, a Brussels Airlines press release said: "The new flights will not only be of interest to the extensive Sicilian community living in Belgium, but they will also appeal to tourists who will be able to discover this beautiful island."
The flight will operate once a week on Saturdays, although a second weekly service will be added on Wednesdays during July and August.
Passengers will also be given the opportunity to arrive in Palermo and depart from Catania, where the airline operates five flights a week to and from the Belgian capital.
It was announced last month that Star Alliance members had voted to accept an application by Brussels Airlines to become a member of the alliance.