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GPS jamming signalscoming from North Koreahas forced South Korea toorder its military andcivilian air transportsto switch on alternativenavigational devices toavoiddisruption.
Astatement from theministry has confirmedthat they were able towarn airlines and pilotsof the 241 affected SouthKorean flights along withthe 11 foreign airlineslike Thai Airways,AirPhil, FedEx, JapanAirlines and CathayPacific Airways. But evenas the GPS jammingsignals continued, SouthKorea sees no Less
GPS jamming signals coming from North Korea has forced South Korea to order its military and civilian air transports to switch on alternative navigational devices to avoid disruption.
A statement from the ministry has confirmed that they were able to warn airlines and pilots of the 241 affected South Korean flights along with the 11 foreign airlines like Thai Airways, AirPhil, FedEx, Japan Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways. But even as the GPS jamming signals continued, South Korea sees no