SEA OF JAPAN — A crew on board a Cathay Pacific flight saw a North Korean missile blow up over the Sea of Japan last week.
Cathay Pacific CX893 was en route to Hong Kong from SF on November 29, when the crew saw the missile from their plane as it was passing over Japan, CNBC reported.
The crew watched the DPRK missile blow up and fall apart during re-entry.
They immediately contacted Japanese air traffic control to report the event.
Cathay says it has no plans to alter its routes in the region.
It's not like you really have to worry about the North Korean missiles anyways. It's the US ones you need to watch out for.
Pyongyang's launched its latest ballistic missile test last Wednesday despite international sanctions and warnings.