Fedex (FDX) has said in its latest financial results that it is expecting to reduce capacity in its Express network by retiring older, less-efficient aircraft. The company retired two MD10-10s earlier in the summer and will retire another nine in the current fiscal year. By the end of its 2021 fiscal year, FDX will have removed the remaining nine, eliminating the MD10-10 fleet. In addition, the company intends to remove its 13 MD10-30s by the end of its fiscal year 2022. These are three engine aircraft that will be replaced by the two-engine 767Fs they have in the fleet and that

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