Air Koryo to start twice weekly Pyongyang-Dandong flights
JS781 will depart Pyongyang on Tuesdays and Thursdays to Dandong
North Korean state airline Air Koryo will next Tuesday begin a twice-weekly shuttle service between Pyongyang Sunan International and China’s Dandong International Airport, sources confirmed to NK Pro on Wednesday, adding capacity to existing state airline routes by several hundred seats per week.
“Flights are starting on March 28 and will be priced approximately 1,500 RMB return ($217.80), 800 RMB one way (116.16USD),” said Michael Spavor, CEO of Paektu Cultural Exchange, an organization which facilitates business and cultural exchanges.
The new service, which Spavor said is a response to rising demand from business people in southeast Liaoning province
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