British Airways will resume flights to Pakistan on Sunday, more than 10 years after a hotel bombing led to the route being suspended.
BA stopped flying to the country after a bombing in the capital city of Islamabad in 2008, which killed more than 50 people.
But the airline is now scheduled to fly three times a week to Islamabad from London Heathrow on Boeing 787s.
It is the only western airline to serve Pakistan.
In September 2008, a bomb was detonated in a dumper truck outside the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad.
More than 250 people were injured and 54 were killed in the blast.
Shortly after the explosion, BA suspended all flights, declaring: “We will not compromise