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|Ceased operations||June 2000|
|Hubs||Taipei Sungshan Airport|
|Focus cities||Taipei, Kaohsiung, Kinmen|
|Key people||Zhou Qirui, Zhou Qichang, K G Wang, Alexis Page|
U-Land Airlines (simplified Chinese: 瑞联航空; traditional Chinese: 瑞聯航空; pinyin: Ruìlián hángkōng) is a defunct airline in Taiwan. The company was the first low-cost airline company in Asia. The airline operated 6 MD-82s.
- Ming-Lang, Chen (10 May 2004). "瑞聯航空負債七十三億元 誰敢接！". Business Today Taiwan. Retrieved 17 December 2011.
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