FedEx said that it will cancel 15 firm orders for 777Fs if a proposed US House of Representatives bill that calls for the delivery giant to be governed by the National Labor Relations Act rather than the Railway Labor Act becomes law. FedEx will begin taking delivery of 15 777Fs in September and those deliveries are not in jeopardy. But earlier this year it exercised options on 15 additional 777Fs valued at $3.75 billion, bringing its firm backlog for the type to 30, and took options on an ...

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