|Quoting PADSpot (Reply 2):|
I guess FedEx puts their A380s on the trunks of their network, i.e. connect the US (MEM) with Europe (CDG?), the US with Asia (NRT?), the US with Latin Amerca (GRU?) and maybe Europe with Asia (SIN?)
|Quoting ERJ170 (Reply 8):|
sn't FedEx prepping GSO to handle the 380 also? I know they are building a new runway... is it going to be a 380 gateway also?
|Quoting Aviationwiz (Reply 9):|
I don't see GSO getting any A380F's from FedEx or anyone else, just not big enough, it's wishful thinking, but IND very well could.
|Quoting USAF757300 (Thread starter):|
I was just wondering when will FedEx be getting their first 380? How many will they be receiving, and where do you think they will fly to? Can Memphis even handle the A380?
|Quoting Indy (Reply 20):|
The info about IND being the international hub comes from a fedex employee.
|Quoting Aviationwiz (Reply 21):|
That doesn't mean anything, 90% of FedEx employees in my expirience of talking with them are idiots. MEM is FedEx's main hub for air operations, and sees the most flights. I believe IND is second, but I'm not sure on that, so someone correct me if I'm wrong.
MEM is the most likely to see FedEx A380F's, followed by ANC because of the huge MEM-ANC-Asia market.
|Quoting San747 (Reply 23):|
How about ONT? They may not necessarily see FX A380s, but probably 5X A380s, because ONT is UPS's Southwestern hub, and sees several 747 flights per week to China and Europe...