Information related to aviation in and around the DPRK
Two North Korean aircraft en route to Singapore with one Air China Boeing 747
Two unprecedented Air China flights spotted in past two days
Flights between DPRK and Chinese capital to restart following a six-month hiatus
Direct flights set to depart for Moscow several hours apart
New route likely aimed at expanding tourism to DPRK's east coast, source suggests
Statement reiterates pledge made at ruling party meeting in April
Presence of aircraft has fueled speculation DPRK leader is in China for the second time this year
ICAO officials to travel to North Korea for discussions next week
New route comes amid ongoing renovation of Ryanggang province, expanding domestic tourism
Satellite imagery, sources suggest Wonsan development remains largely unused domestically
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