Air Canada is to resume flights between Edinburgh and Toronto this summer.
The carrier will fly from the Scottish capital six times per week from 1 June to 2 October, before the seasonal service drops down to four weekly flights from 3-29 October.
The resumption of the Edinburgh-Toronto route comes as Air Canada rebuilds its network to Europe this summer as Covid-19 travel restrictions are eased.
Air Canada will be using Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft on the Edinburgh route for the first time, featuring three cabins: economy, premium economy and Air Canada Signature Class.
Canada is due to remove the requirement for fully vaccinated international passengers to take a pre-entry Covid test from 1 April. Currently, vaccinated visitors to Canada are still required to take a pre-departure test.