UPS yesterday unveiled a $1 billion-plus investment in expansion of its air hub at Louisville International Airport, the global headquarters of the company's express package delivery airline operations. The upgrade, to be completed by 2010, will increase sorting capacity at UPS's high-tech Worldport facility by 60% to 487,000 packages per hr. and include construction of new ramp space to accommodate A380s and 747-400s. The carrier has 10 A380Fs on firm order to be delivered in 2009-12 ...

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