Flying for FedEx Express
One of the things some people don't know about FedEx is that we operate one of the largest airlines in the world. The difference is that our passengers are packages. We are the world’s largest cargo airline and operate the most complex air network in the entire aviation industry.
Our airplanes are airborne 24/7/365 around the world providing exceptional service to our very important customers. And along with our 650,000 other FedEx employees, our pilots are key to ensuring we deliver the world on time. FedEx has 6,000 highly skilled pilots throughout the world and we provide them with the best training, resources, and equipment to support our global flight operation. We look for the best and brightest and very intentionally select them from a diverse background of experience.
We are and will remain the leader in this industry that we created over 40 years ago. And we offer our pilots something others can't - stability and a history of reliable growth.
Captain Robin Sebasco
System Chief Pilot
Managing Director of Flight Operations
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