The carrier said its planes now don't enter "the vicinity of the missile trajectory", because it changed the route to avoid the northern part of the Sea of Japan, which sits between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.
An airline crew traveling from San Francisco to Hong Kong claim they had a chilling, front-row seat to North Korea's latest missile test over the Sea of Japan. Despite the missile being close enough to be seen by the pilots, the airline is not planning to change its flying routes at the moment.
An airline spokesperson told CNNMoney on Wednesday that it had rerouted daily flights between the South Korean capital, Seoul, and Los Angeles after Pyongyang test-fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) in July.
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Described by Pyongyang as its "most powerful" missile, the 29 November launch ended up in Japanese waters but flew higher than any other the North had previously tested.
Despite catching glimpses of the weapon-thought to be the deadliest missile in North Korea's arsenal-Cathay Pacific and Korean Air had not chosen to alter their routes as of Tuesday, according to a Bloomberg report.
"There are no current routes that fly through a risky zone", said an Asiana Airlines official.
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Despite North Korea being obliged to give prior notice of any activity that could potentially threaten the safety of civilian aircraft as a member of the International Civil Aviation Organization, it repeatedly conducted missile tests without warning.
Federal regulation from 1997 prohibits all US airlines from flying over the Flight Information Region of Pyongyang. The most recent incident was when the crew of Cathay Pacific and Korean Air spotted the Hwasong 15 missile launched last week by North Korea. The chances are "billions to one", aviation safety analyst David Soucie told CNN.
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