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Uni-Top Airlines

Uni-Top Airlines
IATA
UW
ICAO
UTP
Callsign
unitop
Founded 2009
Fleet size 3
Destinations 3
Parent company Uni-Top Industry Co. Ltd.
Headquarters Shenzhen, People's Republic of China
Website www.uni-top.com

Uni-Top Airlines Co. Ltd. is a cargo airline, based in Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, People's Republic of China, it is a subsidiary of Uni-Top Industry Co. Ltd.

Destinations

Uni-Top were due to fly from May 2009 with services to Shenzhen, Dubai, Bishkek, Almaty and Chennai but was postponed, air freight operations finally began in April 2011.[1]

The airline operates out of Wuhan Tianhe International Airport, currently serving Delhi and Chennai.[2]

Fleet

Uni-Top fleet consists of following aircraft:[2]

Plans are to induct seven Airbus A300-600F in the future, for which the airline has already placed crew adverts at aviation recruitment sites.[3] In Late 2013 it was announced that Dresden, Germany based EADS Elbe Flugzeugwerke will convert 4 (plus 3 options) ex China Eastern A300-600 beginning in September 2014.

References

  1. ^ UW information
  2. ^ a b Uni-Top Airlines network
  3. ^ Uni-Top recruiting A300F crew

External links

  • Official website


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