Information related to aviation in and around the DPRK
Beijing accuses Canadian plane of threatening China and undermining its sovereignty through sanctions mission
Chinese aircraft reportedly buzzed patrol aircraft numerous times in apparent effort to disrupt UN sanctions monitoring
Satellite imagery shows three Air Koryo cargo planes haven’t moved since returning from Shenyang last week
New satellite imagery shows movement of 3 Air Koryo cargo planes, possibly to Shenyang airport on Monday
Multiple round trips in recent days appear to be first Air Koryo international flights since early 2020
NK Pro analysis finds state TV aired footage of Hwasong-17 test likely shot on March 16 or before, not March 24
Debris on runways can cause significant plane damage, discouraging airlines from flying there in future
Farm project comes amid nationwide food shortages and is latest military installation to be repurposed in recent years
Airlines seldom fly over the DPRK due to risks from such missile tests and to avoid sanctions complications
Data tells the story of a year in which DPRK retreated even further inward as the COVID-19 pandemic raged on
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