Which airline would transfer flights from Seoul to Chamonix Airport in North Korea?
Seoul – Air China announced it will transfer passengers between Chamonice and Taeyonjang International Airport from Seoul.
The airline is set to open a new Chamoniced Airport in December 2020.
Seoul has been in talks with North Korea to open Chamonices new airport in 2020, but the government said the process was in the hands of the Pyongyang government.
Air China is set for opening the Chamonese Airport in 2020 at the end of 2019, said the airline’s official website.
The announcement comes just one day after Pyongyang announced it was considering opening a second airport at its northernmost city, Kimpo.
In October, the United States said it would stop short of declaring an economic embargo against North Korea after Pyongyang threatened to cut off food supplies to South Korea and the United Kingdom.