Garuda will relaunch its non-stop Heathrow to Jakarta service later this month.
Flights will resume on November 27 after the Indonesian carrier pulled the service earlier this year.
The airline said the route, which ceased on October 28, would undergo a “restructure”.
Passengers were advised in the intervening period to travel via Amsterdam.
On Wednesday (November 14), Garuda announced it was putting the route back into service.
Flights will depart Heathrow Terminal 4 three times a week.