China Southern Resumes North Korea Service

China Southern Airlines is resuming service between Beijing and Pyongyang, North Korea with three flights a week on Boeing 737-300 and 737-800 aircraft. The carrier also is resuming service to Moscow, and is adding six flights a week between Guilin and Macau using new Boeing 737-800 aircraft; flights will operate daily except Sunday.

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