Cathay Pacific will resume Heathrow-Hong Kong services on 12 January, the carrier has confirmed.
However, flights from the UK to Hong Kong will not resume until 25 January following entry restrictions imposed by the Hong Kong government.
In addition, the planned resumption of Manchester services with a flight to Manchester on 15 January has been put on hold.
Cathay said it intended to operate the CX251 service from Hong Kong to Heathrow on 12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21 and 24 January.
The airline said it would operate the flights “in order to assist customers needing to travel to the UK”.
Passengers on any Cathay service can make free and unlimited ticket changes until 31 December 2021 or receive a refund or credit.