Flybe is to boost its Exeter to Manchester service with an extra six flights a week from October 26.
The regional airline will operate 25 weekly services between the two cities.
It is adding a fourth flight every weekday and a third Sunday service.
The extra weekday flights will depart Manchester at 1040 and arrive in Exeter at 1140. The return flights will take-off from Exeter at 1220 and lands in Manchester again at 1330.
The new Sunday service will depart Manchester at 1150 and arrive in Exeter at 1250. The return flight will leave Exeter at 1315 and land in Manchester at 1425.
Paul Simmons, Flybe's chief commercial officer, said: "We have scheduled these extra flights to ensure there will be a convenient choice throughout the day, not just for those visiting Manchester but also for those making the many onward connections with Flybe available through our Manchester hub to the rest of the UK.
"This is not to mention the hundreds of onward global connections also available out of Manchester that includes those with our codeshare partners, all of which are now easily accessible from Exeter without the need to battle overcrowded south-east airports."