FedEx Releases New iPhone and BlackBerry Apps and Enhanced Mobile Website

Taipei, January 17, 2011— FedEx Express (FedEx), a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and the world’s largest express transportation company, todayreleased new iPhone and Blackberry applications and an enhanced mobile website to help customers track, get rates and transit times, schedule a pick-up and find FedEx locations on the go.

With the number of smart phone users in Asia forecast to hit 347 million by 2015[1], the new iPhone and Blackberry applications and FedEx Mobile website will allow the increasing mobile customers to instantly access information about their FedEx shipments through their smart phones. In addition to the smart phone applications, anyone with a Web-enabled phone or handheld device can use the FedEx Mobile website to:

l Track the status of a package and use My FedEx Tracking for additionalshipment details;

l Get a rate quote;

l Schedule a pickup[2]; and

l Find a nearby FedEx location.

“It is our vision to give all FedEx customers across the region and around the globegreater access to our products and services, regardless of their physical location or device,” said David L. Cunningham Jr., president, FedEx Express Asia Pacific. “These latest mobile solutions put us another step closer to achieving that goal, further ensuring an outstanding FedEx experience.”

[1]Asia Pacific Equity Research Wireless Telecommunication Services, Credit Suisse, Feb 2 2010

[2]Available in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.