Grandstar Cargo

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Grandstar Cargo International Airlines Co., Ltd.
Grandstar Cargo logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 2008
Ceased operations 2012
Hubs Tianjin Binhai International Airport
Fleet size 1
Destinations 3
Parent company Sinotrans (51%), Korean Air (25%), Hana Capital Co. (13%), and Shinhan Capital Co., Ltd. (11%).
Headquarters Tianjin, China
Key people Kwang-Sa Lee (CEO)
Grandstar Cargo Boeing 747-400BDSF at Frankfurt Airport

Grandstar Cargo International Airlines Company (Chinese: 银河国际货运航空公司) was a cargo airline based in Tianjin, China. It was a joint venture between Sinotrans Air transportation Development Company and Korean Air Cargo. It planned to operate scheduled and non-scheduled international cargo flights to Europe, America, and Asia.[1]

The airline was founded in 2008 and ended operations in May 2012.[2]

Grandstar Cargo had served Frankfurt, Shanghai and Seoul from Tianjin.[3][4]

They operated a single Boeing 747-400F/SCD.[1]


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