FedEx Express has boosted its intra-Europe air network capacity with the addition of three new flights and four flight capacity upgrades, adding a total of almost 210,000 kilograms of weekly capacity on specific lanes within Europe.
In anticipation of high holiday volumes, FedEx Express will also temporarily boost its transatlantic air capacity, reaching up to 20% additional capacity in the busiest week of the holiday season.
The intra-Europe flight upgrades, introduced in a phased approach as of September 2021, are a permanent addition to the FedEx Express air network and connect the FedEx Paris Charles-De-Gaulle hub to key city hubs and gateways in Europe.
Karen Reddington, President of FedEx Express Europe, said: “These latest air network investments demonstrate our commitment to growth, to our customers, and to supporting the flow of trade at a challenging time for supply chains and companies.
“Together with our peak capacity expansion to the US and our new EU-APAC flight, we are ready to support our customers during peak and beyond, whether they do business within Europe, or intercontinentally to the East or to the West.”