Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has announced four new routes from UK regional airports into Norway and Denmark.
The airline will launch flights between Aberdeen and Oslo on 31 March 2014 running three times a week.
Services from Edinburgh to Oslo will also launch next year, as well as flights from the Scottish airport to Stavanger.
Both of the Edinburgh routes will operate from 10 April to 5 October every Thursday and Sunday.
In addition SAS will launch services from Leeds Bradford to Copenhagen from 31 March, operating every Monday and Friday.
The airline’s regional general manager Western Europe Hans Dyhrfort said the new routes will strengthen the business and commercial links between Scotland and Scandinavia.
Earlier this year SAS launched flights from Newcastle and Humberside to Copenhagen.