The route, which will run from Luton to Tromso in Norway, will cost from £22.99 one-way.
Operated by every Monday and Friday from December 14 to March 29, the flight time will take 3hrs 40mins.
The new route will make the pricey holiday destination more attainable for Brits, with a range of winter activities for families.
Options include reindeer sledding and Northern Lights, snowmobiling, dog-sledding and a wild moose safari.
There is also night fishing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Brits shouldn't confuse the destination with Santa's Lapland though – to visit Santa Claus Village in Lapland, the flight route heads from the UK to Rovaniemi in Finland.
Last month, Sun Online Travel rounded up the best family holidays to Lapland out there.
From how to do Lapland on a budget by putting together your own break, to all-inclusive package holidays and Lapland day trips, click here for more info.
Alternatively, get a job as Santa’s elf in Lapland – for the best job in the world at Christmas.
A company called Lapland Safaris is advertising for elves to come and work across several Finnish Lapland destinations.
Obviously, elves aren't actually going to be tasked with preparing wooden toys and cleaning out Rudolph's stable.
Instead, they will work with families who have taken a holiday to Lapland to see Father Christmas.
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