Trump-Kim summit in Singapore: How will they get here and where will they land?

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (centre) arriving in the Chinese city of Dalian, on May 7, 2018.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (centre) arriving in the Chinese city of Dalian, on May 7, 2018.PHOTO: AFP
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may fly here on his Soviet-made long-range aircraft, the Ilyushin-62 (Il-62).
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may fly here on his Soviet-made long-range aircraft, the Ilyushin-62 (Il-62).PHOTO: AFP

SINGAPORE - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who is likely to be accompanied by his sister Kim Yo Jong and other key officials when he meets United States President Donald Trump in Singapore next month, may fly here on his Soviet-made long-range aircraft, the Ilyushin-62 (Il-62).

The same aircraft which he flew to Dalian, China, earlier this week, can easily cover the 5,000km distance between Pyongyang and Singapore, experts said.

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