Flight from Pyongyang lands in Singapore ahead of North Korean leader's arrival

Flight from Pyongyang lands in Singapore ahead of North Korean leader's arrivalBy Dewey Sim and Fathin Ungku SINGAPORE (Reuters) – A rare direct flight from Pyongyang landed in Singapore on Saturday ahead of the expected arrival of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un for a summit with U.S. President Donald Trump to discuss ending the North’s isolation and its nuclear program. The arrival of the Air China Airbus 330 flight at Changi airport raised speculation that a delegation of North Korean officials joined an advance team headed by Kim’s close aide, Kim Chang Son, who was in Singapore to prepare for the talks.



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