Low-cost airline easyJet has announced a new travel deal with Scottish public-sector staff.
It will offer low-cost flexible fares between Scotland and London for employees travelling on business.
The agreement between the airline and Expotel, the travel management company for the Scottish Government and a number of other public-sector bodies, will come into effect from December.
Public-sector workers who can make use of the deal will include those employed by organisations such as NHS Scotland, the police force and local government, as well as MSPs.
Carolyn McCall, chief executive of easyJet, said: "We believe this new deal will not only offer public-sector workers across Scotland easy and affordable travel but will also safeguard the taxpayers' purse.