North Korea is taking early steps toward improving its cooperation with the international aviation community, which could open the way for airlines to resume—or begin—using North Korean airspace for overflights.  The recent thaw in tensions between North Korea and its southern neighbor and the U.S. appears to have created an opportunity for high-level aviation talks. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) officials recently traveled to the reclusive nation and ...

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