Several active queue management (AQM) schemes have been proposed to address the bufferbloat issue, a long network delay and performance degradation issue caused by excess buffering of packets in network nodes. The solutions proposed up to now, however, satisfy only a subset of the key network performance metrics, i.e., end-to-end throughput, throughput fairness, and delay, in 802.11s-based multi-radio multi-channel wireless mesh networks (MRMC WMN). In this letter, we propose FD-AQM, a fairness-aware delay-controlled AQM to satisfy all three key network performance metrics simultaneously in the 802.11s-based MRMC WMN. The proposed FD-AQM achieves the goal by adopting a per-queue drop interval which is recalibrated according to the average round-trip time of flows, and a drop decision mechanism which considers average throughput as well as target delay. Through simulations, we show that FD-AQM is superior to other AQM schemes in terms of throughput and fairness.