FedEx jets at Memphis, Tenn., airport help improve efficiency by 15%

The Federal Aviation Administration's new standard for separation of FedEx jets has helped the airport in Memphis, Tenn., improve efficiency by 15%. "FedEx really sought us out and advocated the program," said David Grizzle, chief operating officer of the FAA's Air Traffic Organization. FedEx was "among the airlines who were most vocal in articulating the benefit that they thought could be obtained by implementing," he said.

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