North Korea calls for the opening of a new air route to South Korea

Published 05/04/2018 17:08:10 CET


The North Korean regime has submitted to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) a proposal for the establishment of a new route between the airports of Pyongyang and Seoul, an idea that for now remains under the "consideration" of the parties

The petition has come from the North Korean General Civil Aviation Administration, which has contacted ICAO to try to establish a new route between Pyongyang and Incheon, where the largest airport in South Korea is located, according to a statement sent to Europa Press

ICAO has transferred this request to the Office of Civil Aviation of South Korea and has been willing to facilitate talks between the two neighboring countries, which are in the process of political rapprochement after the meeting between its main leaders, Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae In.

An ICAO delegation, led by the director of the Air Navigation Office, Stephen Creamer, is scheduled to travel next week to North Korea to discuss, among other issues, "air navigation and security measures."


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