Singapore Airlines changed a US flight route because of North Korean missile launches
Singapore Airlines has changed its flight route between the South Korean capital of Seoul and Los Angeles because of North Korean missile tests.
The changes have been in place since July.
Crew and pilots from Cathay Pacific and Korean Air claimed to see a North Korean missile during flights on Nov. 29.
Since July, Singapore Airlines has altered the route of its daily flights between the South Korean capital of Seoul and Los Angeles because of North Korean missile tests.
“Currently, our flight routings do not transverse in the vicinity of the missile trajectory as we have taken earlier steps to avoid the …read more
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