British Airways-subsidiary OpenSkies will launch daily flights between New York's John F. Kennedy (JFK) and Paris Orly from 31 March 2013.
The premium airline will fly 114-seat Boeing 757-200s on the route, which it previously axed in January 2010.
OpenSkies will continue to fly twice-daily between Newark and Orly.
The carrier will be the only airline flying between JFK and Orly, according to Innovata schedules. However, Air France operates six daily flights between JFK and Paris Charles de Gaulle, American Airlines operates two daily flights and XL Airways has three flights per week.