Overview and Facts

FedEx Express: Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa

FedEx Express established its regional headquarters and gateway facility in Dubai in 1989. The UAE, Bahrain and Kuwait are markets directly served by FedEx with other countries in the region served through a network of service providers. The FedEx Dubai Hub commenced operations in 1998 as a regional hub for the Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa (MEISA). This hub serves 44 weekly FedEx Express flights that connect to and from airports in the US, France, India, China, Hong Kong, Italy and Singapore. FedEx connects directly to locations in the region using a combination of commercial line-haul and trucking routes.

 

Fast Facts

MEISA Headquarters Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Principal officer Jack Muhs, Regional President Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa
MEISA countries served 68 countries in the Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa region
Team members More than 1,400 individuals based in the U.A.E., Bahrain and Kuwait
Main hub Terminal 2, Dubai International Airport
Air operations*
(Dubai Hub)
* Number of flights subject to change

17 international (McDonnell Douglas) MD-11 flights arriving to, and departing from Dubai Hub per week

27 international (Boeing) B777 Freighter flights arriving to, and departing from Dubai Hub per week

Stations 7 FedEx Express stations: 5 in the UAE, 1 in Kuwait and 1 in Bahrain

FedEx retail locations

18 FedEx retail locations: 13 in the UAE, 3 in Kuwait and 2 in Bahrain
Call centers Dubai and Kuwait City
Websites

fedex.com

news.van.fedex.com (Global Newsroom)

csr.fedex.com (FedEx Corporate Social Responsibility)

 

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