FedEx Express yesterday broke ground on its new European air hub at Cologne/Bonn. The express carrier's primary Central/Eastern European hub currently is located at Frankfurt, but a potential ban on night flights at the airport led it to make the move. The new hub is slated to be completed in 2010. "Moving to Cologne enables FedEx to plan effectively for the future," President-Europe, Middle East, Africa and Indian Subcontinent Robert Elliot said, citing "the availability of space to expand ...

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