Air China has resumed its Beijing-Pyongyang, North Korea route, eight months after suspending the service last November after bookings declined. The route is operated 3X-weekly. Air China is currently the only carrier to operate this route, which was initially opened March 31, 2008. The international service was canceled in April 2017 because of what it called an “unsatisfactory booking situation.” The service was resumed a month later with twice-weekly flights, but was ...

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