FedEx Express (FX, Memphis Int'l) ended A310-300(F) operations on January 4, 2020, and has ferried all remaining aircraft of the type to Victorville for scrapping.

Flightradar24 ADS-B data indicates that the cargo specialist's last revenue flight with the type was operated with N808FD (msn 439) as flight FX854 from Sioux Falls to Memphis Int'l on the morning of January 4. The aircraft was then ferried to Victorville later the same day.

FedEx Express retired two A310-300(F)s shortly before the end of 2019, with N809FD (msn 449) ferried from Nashville Int'l to Victorville on December 28 and N811FD (msn 457) from Memphis on December 26.

Following the retirement of the A310s, FedEx continues to operate sixty-seven A300-600(F)s, 111 B757-200(PF)s, eighty-two B767-300Fs, forty-three B777-Fs, fifteen DC-10-10(F)s, thirteen DC-10-30(F)s, and fifty-six MD-11(F)s, the ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows.