UTA

Jozef Mols traces the origins and operations of French carrier UTA.

SUCCESS AGAINST THE ODDS

The DC-10-30’s smooth introduction to the UTA fleet in the early 1970s was partly due to the airline joining the KSSU aircraft maintenance consortium.
Manuel Negrerie

Union de Transports Aériens (UTA) was for a long time the largest wholly privately owned airline in France. It was respected all over Europe for outstanding service. In contrast to many other European carriers, including Air France, UTA made profits year after year.

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