Flights are set to start between the Isle of Man and Belfast from April 24.
The announcement comes after Aer Lingus increased capacity on its Dublin service, including double daily flights.
The new service to Belfast City will operate four times a week, upping to six times for the peak of the summer season.
Airport Director Gary Cobb says he’s sure both Dublin and Belfast routes will provide exciting travel options for Isle of Man residents as well as people wishing to visit Manx shores.
Flights are available to book now at www.aerlingus.com