The first direct air route between Scotland and Bucharest will take off next year.
Wizz Air will schedule two weekly flights between Glasgow and the Romanian capital from May 2016.
The airline established a base at Glasgow two years ago and the flights to Bucharest will take the number of destinations it serves to eight, with current flights to five Polish cities, Budapest and Vilnius in Lithuania.
The new route follows recent announcements about direct flights to Montreal and Toronto from Glasgow Airport.
Paul White, business development manager at the airport, said: “This is yet further good news from Wizz Air which has gone from strength-to-strength since its arrival at Glasgow Airport two years ago.
“We are looking forward to working with Wizz Air to ensure the success of this exciting new route.”
Glasgow business leaders believe the link with Bucharest will strengthen ties between the cities.
Scott Taylor, chief executive of Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, said: “As the first direct route from Romania to Glasgow, Wizz Air’s new Bucharest service will provide a real opportunity to strengthen cultural and business ties between both cities – linking Glasgow to one of Eastern Europe’s main industrial centres and transportation hubs.
“Glasgow is constantly striving to grow its air links and connect the city to the global marketplace.”