United Airlines says it has begun flights to Indonesia, the second country to offer direct flights to India.
The airline says it will begin flights to the Indonesian capital Jakarta on May 31.
United has also started flights to Singapore and Malaysia.
The United States is the only other major airline to offer flights to Jakarta.
The airline says there are plans to start flights to Australia on May 26.
Indonesia has had limited air service since March 2016 when President Joko Widodo announced he would cancel his planned trip to the country to mark the 70th anniversary of independence.
The United States and Australia both offer flights from New Delhi to Indonesia.
The carrier says it hopes to continue its flights to other Southeast Asian countries, including Malaysia and Vietnam.