Great news for Liverpool fans in Asia - the club's airline partner Garuda Indonesia is now flying to the north-west.
Indonesia's national carrier launched flight services last week to six new destinations: London, Paris, Manchester, Moscow, Athens, and Muscat.
The additions come as a result of the airline's recently signed codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways - a deal which has also seen Garuda Indonesia move its international hub from Dubai to Abu Dhabi.
Emirsyah Satar, president and CEO of Garuda Indonesia, said: "The decision to move our hub was made to deliver on our promise to raise the quality of service for our customers and is a key part of the codeshare agreement signed with Etihad Airways in October, a partnership of which we are immensely proud.
"The opening of the Abu Dhabi hub will accommodate passengers who wish to travel to more than 80 destinations served by Etihad Airways in 50 cities in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Africa."