ICAO went to the DPRK to discuss North Koreas new route to fly South Korea

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 ICAO went to the DPRK to discuss North Koreas new route to fly South Korea


(global network), according to South Koreas SBS television station 7, quoted the Japanese NHK television station reported that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has set out for the North Korea, will be offered by the DPRK to open a new route to Korea to discuss. The report says two heads of the international civil aviation organization have departed for Pyongyang, North Korea. Earlier, the DPRK proposed to the ICAO to open new routes from Pyongyang to Inchon, South Korea. ICAO related personage 7 days said that the visit to North Korea will discuss aviation safety issues and other issues. NHK analysis said that the DPRK delegation proposed to open the new route requirements in February 2018, and the Pingchang Winter Olympic Games during the period of high official delegation to Korea, the relationship between the north and South Korea began to improve. According to the Russian satellite network, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) said that the DPRK had submitted an application for its flight to South Korea, and the current application was under consideration. The report also mentions that there is no daily traffic between Korea and Korea. Strictly speaking, North Korea has been in a state of war since 1950, and the traffic between the two countries can only be transferred through third countries. North Koreas air traffic is handled by Korea airlines. The airline has both international and domestic flights. At present, only 4 destinations are displayed on the official website of Korea Airlines: Pyongyang, Beijing, Shenyang and Vladivostok, Russia. The report also said that a major problem for the two Koreas to open new routes is that the two countries have closed their airspace to each other at the same time. Russian satellite network also quoted Singapores Straits Times news as saying that North Korea indicated its readiness to open airspace to South Korean aircraft. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841 According to the Russian satellite network, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) said that the DPRK had submitted an application for its flight to South Korea, and the current application was under consideration. The report also mentions that there is no daily traffic between Korea and Korea. Strictly speaking, North Korea has been in a state of war since 1950, and the traffic between the two countries can only be transferred through third countries. North Koreas air traffic is handled by Korea airlines. The airline has both international and domestic flights. At present, only 4 destinations are displayed on the official website of Korea Airlines: Pyongyang, Beijing, Shenyang and Vladivostok, Russia. The report also said that a major problem for the two Koreas to open new routes is that the two countries have closed their airspace to each other at the same time. Russian satellite network also quoted Singapores Straits Times news as saying that North Korea indicated its readiness to open airspace to South Korean aircraft.