Unusual flights from Pyongyang raise questions about Kim's route to Singapore | NK News
June 21, 2024

Unusual flights from Pyongyang raise questions about Kim’s route to Singapore

Two unprecedented Air China flights spotted in past two days

Atypical Air China flight movements out of Pyongyang's Sunan International Airport on Saturday raised questions about how Kim Jong Un will fly to Singapore tomorrow.

Flight Radar 24 data on Saturday showed that an Air China long-range Airbus A330 aircraft flew from Pyongyang direct to Singapore, landing in the island city-state at around 1622 local time, likely to transport DPRK personnel to provide Kim support at the summit.

Become a member for less than $4 per week.

  • Unlimited access to all of NK News: reporting, investigations, analysis
  • The NK News Daily Update, an email newsletter to keep you in the loop
  • Searchable archive of all content, photo galleries, special columns
  • Contact NK News reporters with tips or requests for reporting
Get unlimited access to all NK News content, including original reporting, investigations, and analyses by our team of DPRK experts.
Subscribe now

All major cards accepted. No commitments – you can cancel any time.