Charter Flights and Pyongyang Aerial Tours

Charter Flights and Pyongyang Aerial Tours

Add something extra special to your trip with a low altitude joyride over Pyongyang or a flight to another town all trips also include lunch at a Pyongyang Airport restaurant.

 

Pyongyang Aerial Tours

The Pyongyang aerial joyrides include a swoop around the 105 storey Ryugyong Hotel, a low flyby of the Taedong River passing the Juche tower, a perfect glimpse of May Day stadium – the world’s largest stadium, and explore the many districts sprawling across the city for fantastic and unique photography opportunities.

Chartered Pyongyang Aerial flight tour

Mil Mi-17View image – This Soviet made helicopter is available for charter flights, the flight over Pyongyang will last 40 minutes and costs 1800 euros. Eleven seats are available. Photography/video recording is allowed on these flights.

Light airplanes – There are two light airplanes available, one seats 2 passengers and costs 1100 euro, the other seats 5 passengers and costs 1000 euro. (The smaller plane is a faster and more exciting flight). The flights also last 40 minutes. Photography/video recording is allowed on these flights.

Pyongyang Micro flight Aerial tour

In 2016 Pyongyang introduced their new micro aircraft flight service with a new mini airport outside of Mirim Horse Riding Ranch. The aircraft is open top and can only fit the pilot and one passenger.

The flight paths, times and costs are below:

  • 20 minutes flight around Pyongyang and reaching May Day Stadium (world’s largest stadium): $100
  • 25 minutes flight around Pyongyang and reaching the Juche Tower : $140
  • 40 minutes flight around Pyongyang and reaching Mangyongdae Park: $200
  • Entrance fee is $3 only for the non flight customers

Operating hours are from 9:00am to 12:00pm and from 3:00pm to 6:00pm every day except Monday and Saturday.

Domestic Charter Flights

Prices are for return flight and overnight stays at the airport. (Except Pyongyang-Samjiyon-Orang-Pyongyang) Extra surcharges apply on Sundays and Holidays. For one way flights, longer stays or (DPRK) holiday period flights please email to enquire.

 

Pyongyang – Samjiyon (Mt. Paektu) – Pyongyang

Type of Aircraft Cost ($ USD)
Tupolev 134 (Tu-134) $11,500 (70 passengers max)
Ilyushin 18 (IL-18) $11,000 (100 passengers max)
Antonov 24 (AN-24) $6,000 (40 passengers max)

Pyongyang – Orang (Chongjin) – Pyongyang

Type of Aircraft Cost ($ USD)
Tupolev 134 (Tu-134) $11,500 (70 passengers max)
Ilyushin 18 (IL-18) $10,800 (100 passengers max)
Antonov 24 (AN-24) $5,800 (40 passengers max)

Pyongyang – Sondok (Hamhung) – Pyongyang

Type of Aircraft Cost ($ USD)
Tupolev 134 (Tu-134) $8,500 (70 passengers max)
Ilyushin 18 (IL-18) $8,000 (100 passengers max)
Antonov 24 (AN-24) $4,500 (40 passengers max)

Pyongyang – Samjiyon (Mt. Paektu) – Orang (Chongjin) – Pyongyang
The DPRK Golden Triangle Route (1 night in Samjiyon and Orang)

Type of Aircraft Cost ($ USD)
Tupolev 134 (Tu-134) $14,000 (70 passengers max)
Ilyushin 18 (IL-18) $13,750 (100 passengers max)
Antonov 24 (AN-24) $7,500 (40 passengers max)

Mil Mi-17: Pyongyang – Hyangsan (Mt Myohyang) – Pyongyang

Fly on this Soviet helicopter to Hyangsan town to check out the International Friendship Exhibition, Pohyon Temple or hike the famous scenic trails. €2500 euro for an overnight return flight. Capacity 11 pax