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Air Koryo
Air Koryo
(Chosŏn'gŭl: 고려항공; MR: Koryŏ Hanggong; formerly 조선민항; 朝鮮民航; Chosŏn Minhang) is the state-owned national flag carrier airline of North Korea, headquartered in Sunan-guyŏk, Pyongyang.[2] Based at Pyongyang
Pyongyang
Sunan International Airport (IATA: FNJ),[3] it operates international scheduled and charter services to points in Asia. Air Koryo
Air Koryo
has offices in Beijing, Shanghai
Shanghai
and Shenyang, China; Moscow and Vladivostok, Russia; and Berlin, Germany.[4]

Contents

1 History

1.1 Founding 1.2 Jet operations 1.3 Expansion 1.4 New service

2 Destinations 3 Fleet

3.1 Modernization 3.2 Tupolev Tu-204

4 Accidents and incidents 5 European Union ban 6 Airline
Airline
rating 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

History[edit] Founding[edit] In early 1950, SOKAO (Soviet–North Korean Airline, 소련-조선항공, 蘇聯-朝鮮航空) was established as a joint North Korean-Soviet venture to connect Pyongyang
Pyongyang
with Moscow.[5][6] Regular flights began that same year.[7] Services were suspended during the Korean War, resuming in 1953 as UKAMPS. The state airline was then placed under the control of the Civil Aviation
Aviation
Administration of Korea (CAAK), starting operations on 21 September 1955 with Lisunov Li-2, Antonov An-2
Antonov An-2
and Ilyushin Il-12
Ilyushin Il-12
aircraft. Ilyushin Il-14s and Ilyushin Il-18s were added to the fleet in the 1960s.[3][6][8] Jet operations[edit] Jet operations commenced in 1975, when the first Tupolev Tu-154
Tupolev Tu-154
was delivered for services from Pyongyang
Pyongyang
to Prague, East Berlin
Berlin
and Moscow. However, because the Tu-154
Tu-154
did not have sufficient range, the aircraft had to refuel at Irkutsk and Novosibirsk. Tu-134s and An-24s were also delivered to start domestic services.[citation needed] The Tu-154
Tu-154
fleet was increased at the start of the 1980s, and the first Ilyushin Il-62
Ilyushin Il-62
was delivered in 1982 (two of these aircraft are used in VIP configuration), allowing CAAK to offer a direct non-stop service to Moscow
Moscow
for the first time, as well as serving Sofia
Sofia
and Belgrade.[citation needed] The Tu-204
Tu-204
is the only aircraft the airline is allowed to operate on services to the European Union.[9] Expansion[edit] The end of the Cold War
Cold War
and the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe saw a vast reduction in the number of international services offered. CAAK was re-branded as Air Koryo
Air Koryo
in March 1992 and in 1993, ordered three Ilyushin Il-76
Ilyushin Il-76
freight aircraft to carry cargo to and from its destinations in China
China
and Russia. Air Koryo
Air Koryo
purchased a Tupolev Tu-204-300 aircraft in December 2007 and another in March 2010 to replace the aging international fleet. With the Tu-204, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
would be able to fly to Europe.[10][11]

Air Koryo
Air Koryo
Il-62, Il-76, Tu-134, Tu-154
Tu-154
and Tu-204
Tu-204
at Sunan International Airport.

In September 2009, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
ordered a further example of the Tupolev Tu-204-300 aircraft and a single Tupolev Tu-204-100. Air Koryo
Air Koryo
was also in talks over possible orders for Superjet 100
Superjet 100
aircraft to replace the ageing Tu-134
Tu-134
and An-24
An-24
aircraft.[citation needed] Air Koryo
Air Koryo
was to receive its first of two Tupolev Tu-204-100B aircraft fitted with 210 seats. Flights to Dalian, China, were added to the Air Koryo schedule. Also, twice weekly Tu-134
Tu-134
flights from Pyongyang
Pyongyang
and direct services from Pyongyang
Pyongyang
to Shanghai
Shanghai
Pudong were inaugurated with a two weekly service on JS522 and returning on JS523[12][13] in 2010.[14] New service[edit] In 2011, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
inaugurated services to Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
and Kuwait City, both being operated weekly by Tupolev Tu-204
Tupolev Tu-204
aircraft. The services operate during peak travel season- April to October.[15] In 2012, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
resumed flights to Kuala Lumpur, but ceased the service in 2014 along with its expansion into Harbin, China.[16][17] In 2012, Juche Travel Services, a company operating tours to the North Korea, launched "aviation enthusiast" tours using chartered Air Koryo aircraft, which offered visitors the chance to fly on every variety of Air Koryo
Air Koryo
aircraft within North Korea, the Mil-17, An-24, Tu-134, Tu-154
Tu-154
and Il-62. The international services were operated by inbound and outbound An-148, Tu-154
Tu-154
or Tu-204.[citation needed] In 2017, during the rule of North Korea
North Korea
leader Kim Jong-un, there were signs that Air Koryo
Air Koryo
was branching out into commercial sectors beyond aviation, providing goods and services as diverse as petrol stations, taxis, tobacco, soft drinks, and tinned pheasant meat.[18][19] Destinations[edit] Main article: Air Koryo
Air Koryo
destinations The first regular charter flights between North Korea
North Korea
and South Korea began in 2003. The first Air Koryo
Air Koryo
flight operated by a Tupolev Tu-154 touched down at Seoul's Incheon International Airport. Air Koryo operated 40 return services to Seoul, along with flights into Yangyang and Busan
Busan
in South Korea.[20] Inter-Korean charters from Hamhung's Sondok Airport
Sondok Airport
to Yangyang
Yangyang
International in South Korea
South Korea
began in 2002.[21] Currently, there are no inter-Korean flights, due to laws in both countries. In 2014, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
operated a series of services to Seoul
Seoul
Incheon International Airport
Incheon International Airport
with Tu-204
Tu-204
and An-148
An-148
aircraft for the Asian Games; the North Korean Government Ilyushin Il-62M
Ilyushin Il-62M
also appeared at ICN during the same period carrying officials.[citation needed] Air Koryo
Air Koryo
operated an airline interline partnership with Aeroflot (SkyTeam) on services radiating from Vladivostok
Vladivostok
and Pyongyang
Pyongyang
until 2017 after it was forced to close the agreement due to newly imposed sanctions. [22][23] Fleet[edit]

Air Koryo
Air Koryo
Tu-204
Tu-204
at Pyongyang
Pyongyang
Sunan International Airport.

Air Koryo
Air Koryo
operates the following fleet as of August 2017[update]:[24]

Air Koryo
Air Koryo
Fleet

Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes

C Y Total

Antonov An-24R/RV 3 - 0 52 52 In New Livery.

Antonov An-148-100B 2 1 8 62 70 In New Livery.

Ilyushin Il-18D 1 -

TBA

In New Livery.

Ilyushin Il-62M 2 - 12 178 190 P-885 in New Livery.

2

VIP

In DPRK Livery.

Tupolev Tu-134B-3 2 - 0 76 76 P-813 in New Livery.

Tupolev Tu-154B 2 - 16 136 152 In New Livery.

Tupolev Tu-204-100B 1 - 12 210 222

Tupolev Tu-204-300 1 - 16 150 166

Air Koryo
Air Koryo
Cargo Fleet

Ilyushin Il-76TD
Ilyushin Il-76TD
[25] 3 -

Cargo

P-913 in New Livery.

Total 19 -

Modernization[edit]

Air Koryo
Air Koryo
Tu-204
Tu-204
and new Low-Floor Bus at Pyongyang
Pyongyang
Sunan International Airport.

Air Koryo
Air Koryo
is searching for new aircraft to add to its fleet. The new planes would be Russian-made, given the existence of sanctions from the United States (where Boeing
Boeing
is located), the European Union (EU) (where Airbus
Airbus
is located) and Canada (where Bombardier Inc.
Bombardier Inc.
is located). Air Koryo
Air Koryo
is considering the Ilyushin Il-96
Ilyushin Il-96
and Sukhoi Superjet 100
Superjet 100
aircraft. The Tupolev Tu-204s are capable of flying to Moscow
Moscow
non-stop.[26] Air Koryo
Air Koryo
have also installed LCD screens in their Tu-204s which now show safety demonstrations and films. Moreover, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
has purchased new airport low-floor buses.[citation needed] Rights to enter the EU airspace using certain aircraft were granted by the EU authorities in April 2010, after a seven-year period of being banned from EU airspace. In April 2011, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
launched its first services to Malaysia with the inauguration of flights from Pyongyang to Kuala Lumpur. The flights operate twice a week with Tu-204 aircraft.[27] Along with the new services to Kuala Lumpur, Air Koryo has also inaugurated links to Kuwait City
Kuwait City
operated weekly.[15] In October 2012, the airline launched its first online booking service.[28] In the first quarter of 2013, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
had received their first Antonov An-148
An-148
aircraft, and their second in the final quarter of 2013.[29] In 2017, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
launched a new styled livery for its aircraft which are adorned on all types besides the Tu-204
Tu-204
aircraft. The new livery features a tail flag logo that appears to be flapping in the wind, lower cheatline and over all whiter euro-white style fuselage. This coincided with the Wonsan international air show that was held at the newly opened Wonsan Kalma Airport. Tupolev Tu-204[edit] The first Tupolev Tu-204-300 for Air Koryo
Air Koryo
was officially handed over to the carrier on 27 December 2007, and was ferried from Ulyanovsk
Ulyanovsk
to Pyongyang. It has been fitted out with 16 business class seats and the remaining 150 seats are economy. This was the first Tupolev Tu-204-300 to be exported from Russia.[citation needed] The Tu-204
Tu-204
aircraft are currently scheduled on all international flights out of Pyongyang. With the arrival of the new aircraft, a new seasonal route to Singapore was introduced and the resumption of the Pyongyang-Bangkok route commenced in 2008. Its first revenue-earning flight was made on 8 May 2008. Air Koryo
Air Koryo
operates another version of the Tu-204
Tu-204
jet, a Tu-204-100B, which they took delivery of on 4 March 2010. The Tu-204-100B is a longer version of the Tu-204-300.[30] It started operating scheduled services on 5 March 2010.[31] On 30 March 2010, the two Tupolev Tu-204
Tupolev Tu-204
have been given the rights to operate into the European Union. The planned services to Germany could be resumed again with any of the two aircraft.[32] Accidents and incidents[edit]

On 30 June 1979, a Chosonminhang (predecessor to Air Koryo) Tupolev Tu-154B sustained landing gear and wing damage at Budapest Ferihegy Airport in Hungary. On final approach to Runway 31, the pilot realized the plane would undershoot and brought the nose of the plane up without applying power. The aircraft stalled, and with a hard landing, the right landing gear collapsed, causing the right wing to strike the ground and sustain substantial wing structure damage. There were no fatalities, and aircraft P-551 was subsequently repaired and returned to service.[33] On 1 July 1983, a Chosonminhang Ilyushin Il-62M
Ilyushin Il-62M
on a non-scheduled international passenger flight from Pyongyang, North Korea
North Korea
(Pyongyang Sunan International Airport) to Conakry, Guinea
Guinea
( Conakry
Conakry
International Airport) crashed in the Fouta Djallon
Fouta Djallon
Mountains in Guinea. All 23 people on board were killed, and the aircraft was written off.[34][35] On 22 July 2016, an Air Koryo
Air Koryo
Tupolev Tu-204-300 on a flight from Beijing
Beijing
to Pyongyang, flight number JS151, made an emergency landing at China's Shenyang
Shenyang
Airport due to reports of smoke in the cabin. Oxygen masks
Oxygen masks
were deployed due to an oxygen shortage.[36] On 25 May 2017, an Air Koryo
Air Koryo
Tupolev Tu-204-300 (Registered P-632) on a flight from Pyongyang
Pyongyang
to Beijing, flight number JS251, had just reached cruising level 9200 meters when the aircraft began to increasingly vibrate, forcing the plane to return to Pyongyang. Passengers reported parts falling off a wing. Several sources assume the aircraft lost one of the flaps.[citation needed]

European Union ban[edit] Due to safety and maintenance concerns, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
was added to the list of air carriers banned in the European Union in March 2006. The European Commission
European Commission
found evidence of serious safety deficiencies on the part of Air Koryo
Air Koryo
during ramp inspections in France and Germany. Air Koryo
Air Koryo
persistently failed to address these issues during other subsequent ramp inspections performed by the EU under the SAFA programme, pointing to blatant systemic safety deficiencies at Air Koryo operations. The airline failed to reply to an inquiry by the French Civil Aviation
Aviation
Authority regarding its safety operations, pointing to a lack of transparency or communication on the part of Air Koryo. The plan by Air Koryo
Air Koryo
for corrective action, presented in response to France's request, was found to be inadequate and insufficient. The EC also held that North Korean authorities did not adequately oversee the flag carrier, which it was obliged to do under the Chicago Convention. Therefore, on the basis of the common criteria,[37] the Commission assessed that Air Koryo
Air Koryo
did not meet the relevant safety standards.[38] In March 2010, Air Koryo
Air Koryo
was allowed to resume operations into the EU with their Tu-204
Tu-204
planes which were fitted with the necessary equipment to comply with mandatory international standards. All other Air Koryo
Air Koryo
aircraft remain banned from landing at EU airports or overflying EU airspace.[32][39][40] Airline
Airline
rating[edit] Air Koryo
Air Koryo
was the only one-star airline among 681 airlines rated and reviewed by Skytrax
Skytrax
in 2014.[41] Air Koryo
Air Koryo
had held this rating for four years in a row.[42] See also[edit]

North Korea
North Korea
portal Aviation
Aviation
portal

Chugai Travel Korean People's Army Air Force List of air carriers banned in the European Union

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Air Koryo.

Official website Tupolev TU204 North Korean Landing & Takeoff at Vladivostok
Vladivostok
on YouTube Air Koryo
Air Koryo
- Presented by Koryo Tours Swiss Website of Air Koryo
Air Koryo
at the Korean Friendship Association website Switzerland Delegation Air Koryo
Air Koryo
at the Aviation
Aviation
Safety Network Database CAAK (predecessor) at the Aviation
Aviation
Safety Network Database Air Koryo
Air Koryo
Timetable 31/10/1999 to 26/3/2000 at angelfire.com Air Koryo
Air Koryo
photo gallery at www.airliners.net Air Koryo
Air Koryo
photobook at lonely planet

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