Computer rendering of 767-300 and 777 freighters in FedEx livery. Courtesy, Boeing Memphis-based FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., announced it will purchase an additional 19 Boeing 767-300 aircraft as part of its plan to improve the efficiency and technology of its fleet. The new aircraft includes the conversion of four Boeing 777F orders—two that were to be delivered in fiscal 2016 and two in fiscal 2017— to 767s (ATW Daily News, Dec. 16, 2011). The 19 767s, ...

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