Cambridge Airport has announced a new deal has been struck with an airline carrier offering more flights to Europe.
Darwin Airline will start flying to Amsterdam, Paris, Milan and Geneva from Cambridge this September.
The city will be the first British base for the European airline.
Darwin Airline will be offering a total of 50 flights a week to and from Cambridge. This will include a planned timetable of 24 weekly flights to and from Amsterdam; 12 weekly flights to and from Paris CDG, eight weekly flights to and from Milan Malpensa, and six weekly services to and from Darwin Airline's main hub at Geneva.