British Airways is to resume flights to Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, next summer.
It stopped flying there following a bombing at the city’s Marriott hotel in 2008 which killed more than 50 people.
BA will be the first Western airline to resume flying to the country.
Tickets are now on sale for the Heathrow flights which launch on June 2.
The route will launch as a three-per-week service on a three-class~Boeing 787 Dreamliner, BA’s newest long-haul fleet.
Return fares start from £499 for World Traveller, £773 for World Traveller Plus and £1,799 for Club World.
Islamabad is one of four long-haul routes being launched by British Airways in 2019, its centenary year.