More than 40 days later, Kim Jeong-eun, chairman of the DPRK Labour Party and chairman of the State Council, came to China again. A photo released by the Central News Agency 8 shows that Kim Jeong-eun flew to China. Singapore Lianhe Zaobao reported in 10 days that it was the first time that the supreme leader of the DPRK Kim Jeong-eun had staged airplane diplomacy. The special plane he took was Chammae-1, and the Korean government media also released the internal photos of the special plane, which is rare. One of the photos released by KCNA shows Kim Jeong-eun sitting outside the window in a seemingly functional, office and decorating cabin. According to the Singapore Lianhe Zaobao, Kim Jeong-euns special plane is the Russian system of -62 (IlyushinIL-62), which was reformed by Korea airlines in 1995. The aircraft can carry 200 passengers and was the worlds largest jetliner when it first flew in 1963. Although the maximum range of the aircraft is about 6600 kilometers, Korea Airlines has not used it to fly long distance international flights. It usually flies to no more than 1000 kilometers. Many experts said earlier that Kim Jeong-euns special plane was too old to fly to other countries abroad. Kim Jeong-eun has many different kinds of transportation, except for green cars. As Kim Jeong-eun increasingly appears on the international stage, he has also focused his attention on his travel tools. According to the Broadcasting British Corporation (BBC), the North Korean leader has used various means of transportation.