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Federal Express reports Final Monthly Volume for January 1995.

MEMPHIS, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 10, 1995--Federal Express Corporation announced today that average daily volume of express freight, packages and documents for January 1995 increased approximately 22 percent compared to January 1994. Details are shown in the table below.


 Fiscal Year-To-Date
 (8 months)
 Jan. 1995 Jan. 1994 FY1995 FY1994
Total Express Package
 Volume (000) 47,830 39,355 375,013 321,446
Operating Weekdays 21 21 170 172
Average Daily Express Package
Priority Overnight 1,008,003 862,349 960,545 858,863
Standard Overnight 555,055 431,763 521,795 429,933
Economy Two-Day 548,201 448,636 562,579 450,096
U.S. Express Freight (OFS/F-2) 3,012 2,292 3,154 2,433
International Priority 163,331 129,019 157,885 127,547

Total Average Daily Express
 Package Volume 2,277,602 1,874,059 2,205,958 1,868,872
Percent Change in Average
 Daily Package Volume 21.5% 18.0%
International Airfreight
 (ATA/IXF) (millions of
 pounds) 42.5 32.4 368.9 309.3

 Note: Package volumes as reported do not equal package
"pickups." The number of pickups is adjusted to reflect the
percentage of deliveries completed during the respective period.
Consequently, the two methods may arbitrarily produce slightly
different year-over-year comparisons. For example, the
year-over-year change in average daily package "pickups" was 20.5
percent for January and 17.8 percent fiscal year-to-date.

CONTACT: Federal Express Corp., Memphis

Tom Martin, 901/395-3490

Shirlee Finley, 901/395-3463
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