YTO Cargo Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
Commenced operations3 July 2015
HubsHangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport
Fleet size11
HeadquartersHangzhou, China

YTO Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd., operating as YTO Cargo Airlines is a Chinese cargo airline based in Hangzhou.[2]


YTO Cargo Airlines' Boeing 737 taking off.

YTO Cargo Airlines operates to 21 destinations in eight countries.[1][3]

In July 2019, the airline launched new routes to Uzbekistan and the Philippines.[4][5] On 2 November 2020, Singapore was added to its network.[6]



On 25 December 2017, the airline received its first Boeing 757-200PCF.[7] In December 2021, the airline will be the launch customer of the Comac ARJ21F after plans to acquire the aircraft were announced.[8][9][needs update]

As of 14 January 2022, the YTO Cargo Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft:[10]

YTO Cargo Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Notes
Boeing 737-300SF 1
Boeing 757-200PCF 8 1
Boeing 767-300ER/BDSF 2
Comac ARJ21-700F 2 Launch customer.
Total 11 4


  1. ^ a b "YTO Cargo Airlines on ch-aviation". ch-aviation. 21 Destinations served
  2. ^ "YTO Cargo Airlines". IATA.
  3. ^ "YTO Cargo Airlines Routes". Flightradar24.
  4. ^ "YTO Cargo Airlines launches two new international freighter routes". CAAS /// Cargo Airports & Airline Services. 19 July 2019.
  5. ^ "YTO Cargo Airlines launches new routes to Philippines, Uzbekistan". Air Cargo World. 18 July 2019.
  6. ^ "China's YTO Cargo Airlines Establishes Singapore Service | Aviation Week Network". 2 November 2020.
  7. ^ "HAECO – Press Releases – HAECO Xiamen Redelivers YTO Cargo Airlines' First Boeing 757 PCF". 10 January 2018.
  8. ^ "Hangzhou YTO Express Airlines becomes launch customer of Comac ARJ21 passenger to cargo aircraft". CAPA. 24 December 2021.
  9. ^ Ong Jeng Yang (7 January 2022). "China's YTO Cargo Airlines To Be First Operator Of ARJ21 Freighters". Smart Aviation Asia-Pacific.
  10. ^ "YTO Cargo Airlines Fleet Details and History".