We introduce a correlated static model and investigate a percolation transition. The model is a modification of the static model and is characterized by assortative degree-degree correlation. As one varies the edge density, the network undergoes a percolation transition. The percolation transition is characterized by a weak singular behavior of the mean cluster size and power-law scalings of the percolation order parameter and the cluster size distribution in the entire non-percolating phase. These results suggest that the assortative degree-degree correlation generates a global structural correlation which is relevant to the percolation critical phenomena of complex networks.