The European Agency for aviation safety (EASA) based in Cologne, recommended hauliers from EU countries do not make flights over North Korea because of the threat of possible missile attack during the maneuvers of the North Korean military, the document says the organization at the disposal of “Interfax”.

Recommendations based on similar documents issued by national authorities informed air traffic control of Germany and France.

The Department recommended that national air carriers do not plan not to fly in the airspace of the DPRK, including takeoffs and landings at all airports in this country in connection with potential risk of collision with ballistic missiles of a class “earth-earth” during North Korean military exercises that are conducted without prior notice.

Recommendations addressed to EASA for all European airlines, within the jurisdiction of the Agency, recommendations for the period up to November 2 .