The corrosion of four Fe-Cr alloys (Cr: 9, 12, 20, and 25%) with different Cr contents were subjected to cyclic oxidation furnace in Ar-10%O2 atmosphere at 950oC for 120 h. The samples after oxidation were investigated by using X-ray diffraction (XRD), optical metallography and SEM/EDS. The results indicated that increasing Cr content reduced the oxidation rate and the scale cracking. Alloys with less Cr content occurred breakaway oxidation due to formation of Fe-rich oxide scale. However, a thin protective chromia scale was observed on alloys with Cr > 20%. The corrosion behaviour on Fe-Cr alloy was then discussed based on experimental observation.