Holidaymakers living on or near the south coast will be able to travel on direct flights to Palma in Majorca from Southampton Airport next summer.
This is thanks to Thomas Cook, which will operate services to the Balearic destination every Saturday between May 28th and September 17th.
Majorca, the largest of the Balearic islands, has long been popular among Brits, and two of its most popular attractions are Sa Coma’s white sands and Cala D’Or’s caves.
Palma itself is regarded as place for history buffs, with the city boasting a stunning cathedral, Bellver Castle and a wide promenade.
Thomas Cook UK & Ireland chief executive officer Ian Derbyshire said Majorca is a "fantastic option" no matter whether you’re travelling as part of a family, couple or group.
"We’re committed to our flying programme from the region, so we’re really pleased to be able to offer even more choice to travellers from Southampton Airport," he explained.
Earlier this month, regional airline Flybe marked its ten millionth passenger to fly from Southampton, with the airline operating 720 weekly flights from its Hampshire base.