Pilot Information

U.S. Crew Bases

  • MEM 757/767, A300, MD-11, 777
  • IND B-767
  • LAX MD-11
  • ANC MD-11

Foreign FDA Bases

  • HKG B-767
  • CGN B-757

Benefits

  • Employee discount FDX Shipping
  • Interline jumpseat
  • Discount airline travel for family

Health-Care Insurance

  • Basic and optional buy-up

Life Insurance

  • $800,000 company paid
  • Up to additional $1,000,000 pilot option

ALPA Insurance Products

  • Disability supplemental insurance (optional)
  • Many life insurance products
  • Loss of License products
  • Long Term Care insurance

Retirement

  • Defined Benefit (A-Plan) 2% per year to 25 years of high 5 average earnings
  • Defined Contribution (B-Plan) 8% of monthly W-2 income (This increases to 9% in 2020
  • 401(k) with $500 company match

Vacation

  • Year 1: prorated @ 1.5 days per month
  • Years 2-4: 15 day/year
  • Years 5-9: 22 days/year
  • Years 10-19: 29 days/year
  • Years 20+: 36 days/year

Sick Bank Account

  • Pilots are credited with 72 hours in a sick bank January 1 of each year

Disability Bank Account

  • Sick hours not used from previous calendar year are deposited into a disability bank not to exceed 686 credit hours.

Work Rules

  • Min pay per duty period (MPDP)
  • MPDP-1 3 hours
  • MPDP-2 6 hours
  • MPDP-E 6 hours
  • MPDP-F 9 hours

Duty Rigs

  • Domestic day 1 for 2
  • Domestic night 1 for 1.92
  • Domestic critical 1 for 1.5
  • International 1.92

Trip Rig (TAFB)

  • 1 for 3.75

Volunteer/Draft

  • Trips flown at DFT/VLT paid at 150%

Minimum Days Off

  • 4-week month, 13 days off
  • 5-week month, 15 days off

Reserve Periods

  • RA 01:30 lcl-13:29 lcl
  • RA + 07:30 lcl-19:29 lcl
  • RB 13:30 lcl-01:29 lcl
  • RB + 19:30 lcl-07:29 lcl
  • R-24 01:30 lcl-01:29 lcl

Corporate Information

FedEx Express 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. 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

Headquarters

Worldwide: Memphis, Tennessee

Asia Pacific: Hong Kong

Canada: Toronto, Ontario

Europe/ Middle East / Africa: Brussels, Belgium

Latin America: Miami, Florida

Principal Officer

David J. Bronczek, President and CEO

FY12 Revenue

$27.1 Billion (includes FedEx Trade Networks)

Workforce

More than 160,000 employees worldwide

Average Daily Volume

Approximately 3.9 million packages and 10.5 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

Delivery Fleet

Approximately 45,000 motorized vehicles

 

Air Fleet

366 mainline aircraft, including:

  • 68 Airbus A300-600s
  • 21 Airbus A310-200/300s (slowly retiring)
  • 119 Boeing 757-200s
  • 13 Boeing MD10-30s (slowly retiring)
  • 36 Boeing MD10-10s (slowly retiring)
  • 56 Boeing MD11s
  • 25 Boeing 777Fs
  • 26 Boeing 767 (with 69 firm orders)

Operating Facilities

1,173 stations (659 U.S.; 514 outside U.S.) and 10 air express hubs:

  • Asia Pacific:
    • Guangzhou, China
    • Osaka, Japan
  • Canada:
    • Toronto, Ontario
  • Europe / Middle East / Africa:
    • Paris, France
  • Latin America-Caribbean:
    • Miami, Florida
  • United States:
    • Anchorage, Alaska
    • Fort Worth, Texas
    • Indianapolis, Indiana
    • Memphis, Tennessee (SuperHub)
    • Newark, New Jersey
    • Oakland, California