Information related to aviation in and around the DPRK
December 22 deadline set by UN sanctions in 2017 arrives as reports mixed on last-minute enforcement efforts
Jet fuel transfers to Air China raise questions about where Pyongyang is getting supply from
Despite sanctions and short route distance, Air China’s 737s regularly connect to Air Koryo fuel trucks
19 additional round-trip flights scheduled for December, data shows
Unclear if DPRK leader flew on aircraft or whether it landed at Wonsan's Kalma airport
Air China also decreases Beijing-Pyongyang flights from three to two times per week
Flight schedule shows an increasingly busy timetable for Air Koryo
Route to run through October 25: Macau International Airport
Macau International Airport confirms Air Koryo flights yet to land
Twice-weekly July service will expand to four times a week from August 19
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