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FedEx Express

  • Type: Cargo
  • IATA: FX
  • ICAO: FDX

About The Airline

FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corporation, is the world's largest express transportation company, providing fast and reliable delivery to every U.S. address and to more than 220 countries and territories. The modern air/ground express industry was pioneered with the founding of Federal Express in 1971. It is the world's largest airline in terms of dedicated freighter aircraft and in terms of freight tons flown. FedEx Express uses a global air-and-ground network to speed delivery of time-sensitive shipments, usually in one to two business days with the delivery time guaranteed.

History
Founded in 1971 as Federal Express Corporation

Headquarters

Worldwide: Memphis, Ten. Asia Pacific: Hong Kong, China Canada: Toronto, Ontario Europe/Middle East/Africa: Brussels, Belgium Latin America: Miami, Fla.

Principal Officer
David J. Bronczek, President and CEO

FY09 Revenue
$22.4 billion (includes FedEx Trade Networks)

Workforce
More than 140,000 employees worldwide

Average Daily Volume
Approximately 3.4 million packages and 10 million pounds of freight

Service Area
More than 220 countries and territories, including every address in the United States

Air Operations
More than 375 airports served worldwide

Air Fleet
660 aircraft, including:

71 Airbus A300-600s 49 Airbus A310-200/300s 13 ATR 72s 26 ATR 42s 77 Boeing 727-200s 34 Boeing 757-200s 2 Boeing DC10-30s 58 Boeing MD10-10s 16 Boeing MD10-30s 59 Boeing MD11s 3 Boeing 777Fs 10 Cessna 208As 242 Cessna 208Bs

Delivery Fleet
Approximately 42,000 motorized vehicles

Operating Facilities
1,083 stations (692 U.S.; 391 outside U.S.) and 10 air express hubs:

Asia Pacific: Guangzhou, China (CAN) Canada: Toronto, Ontario (YYZ) Europe/Middle East/Africa: Paris, France (CDG) Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN) is under construction and is expected to open in July 2010 Latin America-Caribbean: Miami, Fla. (MIA) United States: Anchorage, Alaska (ANC) Fort Worth, Texas (AFW) Indianapolis, Ind.(IND) Memphis, Tenn. (MEM SuperHub) Newark, New Jersey (EWR) Oakland, Calif. (OAK)

Dropoff Locations

699 FedEx World Service Centers 1,805 FedEx Office locations 7,136 FedEx Authorized ShipCenters® and Alliance Partners 43,996 FedEx Drop Boxes (including 4,963 US Postal Service locations)

Recent Awards

University of Michigan America Customer Satisfaction Index: Number One in Customer Satisfaction, Express Delivery Industry (1998-2009) BLACK ENTERPRISE Magazine: "Top 40 Best Companies for Diversity" (2009) FORTUNE magazine: No. 13 among "World's Most Admired Companies" (2010) FORTUNE magazine: "100 Best Places to Work For" list (2010) Harris Interactive Reputation QuotientTM Survey: No. 1 in Customer Service (2008)