North Korea’s Air Koryo changes logo to comply with new anti-unification policy | NK News
June 17, 2024
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North Korea’s Air Koryo changes logo to comply with new anti-unification policy

Removal of Korean Peninsula from flag carrier’s logo is in line with sweeping changes to inter-Korean symbols this year

North Korea’s national carrier Air Koryo has changed its logo to comply with a new state policy opposing unification with South Korea, according to NK News analysis.

The former logo featured a flying crane with an outstretched wing in the loose shape of the Korean Peninsula. 

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