Category:Union de Transports Aériens

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Union de Transports Aériens-UTA was the largest wholly privately owned, independent airline in France. It was also the second-largest international, as well as the second principal intercontinental, French airline, and formed in 1963 as a result of a merger between Union Aéromaritime de Transport (UAT) and TAI-Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux.The airline was a subsidiary of Compagnie Maritime des Chargeurs Réunis, the French shipping line. The company's main operating and engineering base was originally located at Paris Le Bourget Airport.In 1974, the firm moved its main operating and engineering base to the then new Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) near the northern Paris suburb of Roissy-en-France. In 1966, UTA established a subsidiary company named Compagnie Aéromaritime d'Affrètement to give it a foothold in the rapidly growing passenger and cargo charter markets. UTA's charter subsidiary traded as Aéromaritime. UTA was an indirect shareholder in Air Afrique , the former multinational airline for francophone West Africa.UTA was absorbed into Air France between 1990 and 1992.

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