Information related to aviation in and around the DPRK
Twice-weekly July service will expand to four times a week from August 19
Unusual long-range aircraft movements could be linked to forthcoming visit by Chinese President
Two sides also exchanging delegations soon to explore tourism boost: Primorye gov. Kozhemyako
Trip comes amid growing speculation over possible DPRK-Russia summit in coming weeks
Both companies to resume scheduled flights on hold over winter season
IL-76 seen transporting Kim Jong Un's limousine to two summits last year spotted in Hanoi
Move could attract tourists seeking cross-border day trips, faster train journey to Pyongyang
Fare increase to affect peak tourism periods in April and September
North Korea in "dire need" of update to fleet, Alexander Matsegora tells newspaper
Twice-weekly flights could hint at rise in tourist demand following complete suspension last year
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