Let be the complex unit disc and the class of functions with . For such functions, the authors define the integral operator
where , , , and . This is a generalization of other integral operators studied by various authors. Further, for , and , they define the subclass of , denoted by , which consists of functions satisfying
for . Some subclasses are also given and the main result provides a sufficient condition for a function to be also in . Other properties of the class are given in the second theorem and a corollary following from it.