Virgin Atlantic will operate an additional two flights a week to Jamaica this summer, giving it a year-round daily service for the first time.
The airline has previously only offered a daily service between the UK and Jamaica during the winter and usually drops its frequency to five flights a week in the summer.
But from 31 March, it will add Saturday and Sunday flights to its existing five-flights-a-week summer schedule, giving it seven flights a week year-round.
Virgin will operate the flights with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
A spokesperson said the airline was not reducing capacity on any other routes to accommodate the additional two weekly flights to Jamaica.