FedEx Express cargo plane cargo plane crash kills both pilots

FedEx Express cargo plane explodes into flames and crashes in Tokyo landing.

New York, NY (–Japanese transportation ministry officials confirmed a FedEx Express cargo airplane burst into flames while landing at Narita International Airport just before 7 a.m. on Monday. FedEx , a worldwide parcel courier company headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, confirmed both pilot and co-pilot were killed in the explosive plane crash, as reported by the New York Times.

Narita International Airport, in Tokyo, is Japan’s busiest cargo hub, and one of the busies cargo hubs in the world. Runway A, the site of the fatal aviation accident, was shut down and dozens of passenger and cargo flights were canceled or rerouted to Haneda, Osaka and Nagoya, other Japanese airports. Narita handles most of the international passenger landings and take-offs in and out of Japan. FedEx corporation executives have confirmed no other crew or passengers were on board the cargo flight. news  New York airplane crash lawyers

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