Air China resumes flight to North Korea

Air China has announced that come Wednesday, Air China will be providing three flights a day on the route from Bejing to Pyongyang, North Korea.
The route has currently been suspended from Nov. 21 2017 after relations tensed after the country, angered by Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile tests, backed a series of United Nations’ sanctions against North Korea.

The official told Yonhap News Agency that it will resume the service because of increased demand for the route.

Let us know below, would you fly with Air China on routes to North Korea?

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