|Frequent-flyer program||Infinity MileageLands|
|Parent company||EVA Air|
|Headquarters||Zhongshan, Taipei, Taiwan|
|Literal meaning||Magong International Airlines|
UNI Airways (Chinese: 立榮航空; pinyin: Lìróng Hángkōng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lïp-êng Háng-khong) is a Taiwanese regional airline based in Zhongshan, Taipei, Taiwan. With an operation focus on domestic routes, UNI Air is a subsidiary of Evergreen Group, making it a sister airline of the mainline operator EVA Air. It was known as Makung Airlines (馬公航空) until 1996, when EVA Air took a majority share of the airline. In 1998, the airline merged with Great China Airlines (大華航空) and Taiwan Airways (臺灣航空), which EVA Air also had interests in, to form UNI Airways (UNI Air).
The airline has had the largest market share in the domestic Taiwan market in recent years, and has expanded to include international flights. A few of its former McDonnell Douglas MD-90 and current ATR 72 aircraft were repainted and flew for parent carrier EVA Air due to overcapacity. In recent years, Uni Air has launched services to international destinations from the southern Taiwanese port city of Kaohsiung. In 2007, the airline received permission to begin flights to Japan.
UNI Air has operated two-class services, with domestic business- and economy-class seating. Business-class passengers have access to EVA Air's Evergreen Lounges. UNI Air's predecessor, Makung International Airlines, operated a fleet of BAe 146 series jet aircraft. These aircraft were sold when Uni Air was formed. Uni Air's IATA Code is B7, its ICAO code is UIA, and its callsign is Glory, in reference to its sister company Uniglory Shipping Corporation. In 2012, Uni Air unveiled a new livery and tail/logo on the MD-90, the Q300 and its new ATR 72-600 aircraft.
Further information: List of EVA Air destinations
The airline operates mainly to domestic and China destinations, but also operates scheduled international flights to Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City and Seoul. Also chartered flights to Surabaya and Jeju from Kaohsiung. Uni Air's destinations are:
|People's Republic of China||Chongqing||Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport|
|Dalian||Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport|
|Fuzhou||Fuzhou Changle International Airport|
|Hangzhou||Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport|
|Huangshan||Huangshan Tunxi International Airport|||
|Nanjing||Nanjing Lukou International Airport|
|Ningbo||Ningbo Lishe International Airport|
|Qingdao||Qingdao Jiaodong International Airport|
|Qingdao Liuting International Airport||Airport Closed|
|Shenyang||Shenyang Taoxian International Airport|||
|Shenzhen||Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport|
|Wuxi||Sunan Shuofang International Airport|||
|Philippines||Manila||Ninoy Aquino International Airport||Terminated|||
|Republic of China||Beigan||Beigan Airport|
|Kaohsiung||Kaohsiung International Airport||Focus city|
|Taichung||Taichung International Airport||Focus city|
|Taipei||Taipei Songshan Airport||Hub|
|Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport||Hub|
|South Korea||Seoul||Incheon International Airport|||
|Vietnam||Ho Chi Minh City||Tan Son Nhat International Airport|
UNI Air also operates charter flights to Yonago, Okayama, Hakodate, Miyazaki, Koriyama, Nagasaki, Obihiro, and Asahikawa in Japan, as well as Seoul, Busan, and Jeju in South Korea for various tour groups.
UNI Air flights connect to the EVA Air network via Taipei and Kaohsiung, with service to over 40 international destinations worldwide.
UNI Air has codeshare agreements with the following airlines:
As of April 2023[update], UNI Air operates the following aircraft:
The airline fleet previously included the following aircraft (as of April 2015):