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Hwangju Airfield.
Category. Statistic.
Location. N. Korea (the DPRK)
Opened in. Circa mid Cold War (?).
Closed in. Still open.
Operated by. It is home to a Korean People's Air Force fighter regiment of 44 MiG-19 jets.
Owned by. Korean People's Air Force.
Outside link http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/dprk/air-base.htmhttp://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/dprk/hwangju-ab.htm, http://www.landings.com/evird.acgi?pass=183525187&ref=-&mtd=41&cgi=%2Fcgi-bin%2Fnph-search_apt&var=13&buf=66&src=_landings%2Fpages%2Fsearch_apt.html&1=&5=&7=&8=&6=hwangju&9=&10=&max_ret=10&start_ret=1, http://www.weathergraphics.com/tim/russia/Hwangju.htm, http://www.bigwobber.nl/wp-content/uploads/osd/20150807/240.pdf, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hwangju_Airport and http://geimint.blogspot.co.uk/2010/07/underground-airfields-dprk.html

It is virtually unknown, as are all N. Korean (DPRK) airbases. The airfield has a single concrete runway 12/30 measuring 8180 x 154 feet (2493 x 47 m). It is sited in a valley and has several supporting taxiways and three aprons which adjoin the runway.