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Postal Service Reduces Air Cargo by 90% Over 2 Years as Part of Cost-Cutting Effort
The  Postal Service has reduced its volume of shipments by aircraft by 90% over two years, putting the service on course to save $1 billion in annual transportation costs, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said August 8. Shifting packages and envelopes from air cargo to ground transportation was part of DeJoy’s larger plan to improve the Postal Service’s financial health. More than 95% of first-class mail and 95% of first-class packages are currently moving through the postal service’s ground transportation system.