Information related to aviation in and around the DPRK
NGO won exemption from UN sanctions in February, is set to send 10,000 coronavirus test kits to the DPRK
Only foreign carrier to operate flights to Pyongyang halted service in late January due to COVID-19
Flight was intended to bring around 60 people, among them many foreign diplomats, to Vladivostok via Air Koryo
NK Pro timeline charts the key events from February 1 - March 2
VVO airport data indicates nine round trip slots are in place from March 1
DPRK flag carrier Air Koryo also updates schedule to reflect flight cancellations
New rules also mean suspension of "events, ceremonial visits, and meetings" during month of February
Route to Vladivostok not affected, however, according to the Russian embassy in Pyongyang
Thrice-weekly routes set to start in October would make Qingdao one of only two foreign airlines in North Korea
Imagery shows dismantling of Kangdong Airfield facilities, while North Korean elite air clubs see recent boost
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