This is great news for many businesses which have intercontinental shiments. Citibox ship large quantities of documents to the Americas and Asia as well as suitcases (and Easter Eggs and rocking horses and other parcels). Many people who were stuck in Spain during the airspace closures are now sending their suitcases from Spain back before they fly.
FedEx Express has resumed its operations in Europe and is operating completely normally its intercontinental flights and intra-European. Our collection and delivery operations continue to perform normally and all services are available for FedEx shipments from Europe. FedEx Express is happy to accept new shipments of perishable goods to Europe, with dry ice or temperature sensitive.
The Money Back Guarantee Company will apply, as usual, all consignments that meet the requirements that FedEx offers from 23 April.
FedEx Express began to restore service to Europe on April 18 flights from Charles de Gaulle in Paris to the U.S., Asia, Middle East, and vice versa. It has continuously increased its operations to more airports in Europe as they re-open. The company said that in the period from 19 to 22 April it has transported 7.7 million pounds (3.5m kg) of cargo or the equivalent on incoming and outgoing flights from Europe of 53 MD-11 aircraft.
Due to the natural movement of volcanic ash, the company is still monitoring the situation carefully. Incoming and outgoing shipments of the affected areas may still experience delays in service.