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FlightStats June 2012 On-time Performance Report
 

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North American airlines, on average, delivered 75.73% of their flights to the arrival gate within 15 minutes of schedule in June, down a little over 3 percentage points from May. Cancellations were up ...

North American airlines, on average, delivered 75.73% of their flights to the arrival gate within 15 minutes of schedule in June, down a little over 3 percentage points from May. Cancellations were up .3 percentage points over May with 11,405 cancelled flights.

Smaller, regional European airlines once again turned in strong performances in June with Cimber, Air Baltic and Brit Air leading the way. 8 European airlines we tracked delivered > 90% of their flights to the gate on time. The average OTP fro the group was 80.93% in June, down from 84.54% in May.

Singapore’s Tiger Airways, India’s SpiceJet and IndiGo joined an array of Japanese airlines to capture the top 10 on-time performance positions in June as JAL, ANA, their subsidiaries and independent Hokkaido International battled it out for leadership. The average on-time performance rating among the 38 airlines we analyzed in June was 73.76%, down slightly from May’s 75.90%.

This is our second quarterly on-time performance report on Middle Eastern airlines. Jazeera Airways continued to demonstrate its operational excellence with >94% of its flights arriving on time.

Tokyo’s Haneda outperformed the rest of the world’s busiest airports by over 10 percentage points. US airports rounded out the top 5 in June. The average on-time departure performance among the top 30 airports in June was 71.07%, down from 75.55% in May 2012.

SLC, PDX and SEA outperformed their North American counterparts in June for the second month in a row each managing over 86% on-time departures. The average on-time departure performance for the group in June was 78.77%, down considerably from May’s 82.07%.

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    FlightStats June 2012 On-time Performance Report FlightStats June 2012 On-time Performance Report Presentation Transcript

    • June  2012  Airline  and  Airport  On-­‐4me   Performance  Report  
    • Overview   North  American  airlines,  on  average,  delivered  75.73%  of  their  flights  to  the  arrival  gate  within  15  minutes  of   schedule  in  June,  down  a  liGle  over  3  percentage  points  from  May.  Cancella4ons  were  up  .3  percentage  points   over  May  with  11,405  cancelled  flights.     Smaller,  regional  European  airlines  once  again  turned  in  strong  performances  in  June  with  Cimber,  Air  Bal4c   and  Brit  Air  leading  the  way.  8  European  airlines  we  tracked  delivered  >  90%  of  their  flights  to  the  gate  on  4me.   The  average  OTP  fro  the  group  was  80.93%  in  June,  down  from  84.54%  in  May.     Singapore’s  Tiger  Airways,  India’s  SpiceJet  and  IndiGo  joined  an  array  of  Japanese  airlines  to  capture  the  top  10   on-­‐4me  performance  posi4ons  in  June  as  JAL,  ANA,  their  subsidiaries  and  independent  Hokkaido  Interna4onal   baGled  it  out  for  leadership.  The  average  on-­‐4me  performance  ra4ng  among  the  38  airlines  we  analyzed  in   June  was  73.76%,  down  slightly  from  May’s  75.90%.     This  is  our  second  quarterly  on-­‐4me  performance  report  on  Middle  Eastern  airlines.  Jazeera  Airways  con4nued   to  demonstrate  its  opera4onal  excellence  with  >94%  of  its  flights  arriving  on  4me.     Tokyo’s  Haneda  outperformed  the  rest  of  the  world’s  busiest  airports  by  over  10  percentage  points.  US  airports   rounded  out  the  top  5  in  June.  The  average  on-­‐4me  departure  performance  among  the  top  30  airports  in  June   was  71.07%,  down  from  75.55%  in  May  2012.     SLC,  PDX  and  SEA  outperformed  their  North  American  counterparts  in  June  for  the  second  month  in  a  row  each   managing  over  86%  on-­‐4me  departures.  The  average  on-­‐4me  departure  performance  for  the  group  in  June   was  78.77%,  down  considerably  from  May’s  82.07%.    
    • North  American  Airlines:  June  Top  On-­‐4me  Arrival  Performance   Airline   On-­‐*me  Arrival  Performance  %   QX  Horizon  Air   93.73%   HA  Hawaiian  Airlines   93.05%   YV  Mesa  Airlines   87.99%   AS  Alaska  Airlines   87.97%   CM  Copa  Airlines   87.57%   CP  Compass  Airlines   87.43%   JIA  PSA  Airlines   85.33%   US  US  Airways   85.19%   9M  Central  Mountain  Air   84.97%   FL  Airtran  Airways   84.69%  
    • How  Major  North  American  Airlines  Compared  In  June   Airline   On-­‐*me  Arrival  Performance   AS  Alaska  Airlines   87.97%   US  US  Airways   85.19%   DL  Delta  Air  Lines   84.55%   AA  American  Airlines   78.91%   Jetblue  Airways   77.17%   WN  Southwest  Airlines   70.85%   UA  United  Airlines   69.83%   AC  Air  Canada   62.83%  
    • European  Airlines:  June  Top  On-­‐4me  Arrival  Performance   Airline   On-­‐*me  Arrival  Performance  %   Q1  Cimber  Sterling   95.65%   BT  airBal4c   93.37%   DB  Brit  Air   93.25%   OK  CSA  Czech  Airlines   92.94%   ZN  NAYSA   92.47%   A3  Aegean  Airlines   92.44%   YS  Aerienne   90.96%   WA  KLM  Cityhopper   90.36%   WF  Wideroe’s   89.90%   U2  EasyJet   89.58%  
    • Asian  Airlines:  June  Top  On-­‐4me  Arrival  Performance   Airline   On-­‐*me  Arrival  Performance  %   XM1  J-­‐Air   96.12%   HD  Hokkaido  Interna4onal   95.70%   EH  ANA  Wings   94.92%   JC  JAL  Express   94.57%   JL  Japan  Airlines   92.77%   NH  ANA   92.45%   NU  Japan  Transocean  Air   91.53%   TR  Tiger  Airways   90.58%   6E  IndiGo  Airlines   89.12%   3X  Japan  Air  Commuter   87.74%  
    • Middle  East  Airlines:  Q2  Top  On-­‐4me  Arrival  Performance   Airline   On-­‐*me  Arrival  Performance  %   J9  Jazeera  Airways   94.21%   GF  Gulf  Air   89.96%   QR  Qatar  Airways   82.80%   ME  Middle  East  Airlines   81.54%   WY  Oman  Avia4on   80.31%   G9  Air  Arabia   77.83%   SV  Saudi  Arabian  Airlines   77.57%   FZ  Flydubai   77.52%   MS  Egyptair   76.60%   EY  E4had  Airways   76.07%   RJ  Royal  Jordanian   72.65%   EK  Emirates   70.91%   KU  Kuwait  Airways   64.53%   TU  Tunis  Air   44.10%  
    • Top  30  World  Airports:  June  Departure  Performance   Airport   On-­‐*me  Departure  Performance  %   HND  Tokyo,  JP   96.67%   CLT  CharloGe,  NC   86.12%   PHX  Phoenix,  AZ   83.77%   ATL  Atlanta,  GA   82.15%   SYD  Sydney,  AU   81.80%   AMS  Amsterdam,  NL   81.22%   MCO  Orlando,  FL   81.12%   MUC  Munich,  DE   79.30%   DFW  Dallas,  TX   79.08%   LAX  Los  Angeles,  CA   78.88%  
    • North  American  Airports:  June  Departure  Performance   Airport   On-­‐*me  Departure  performance  %   SLC  Salt  Lake  City,  UT   89.56%   PDX  Portland,  OR   88.11%   SEA  SeaGle,  WA   86.87%   CLT  CharloGe,  NC   86.12%   MEM  Memphis,  TN   84.60%   SAN  San  Diego,  CA   83.90%   PIT  PiGsburgh,  PA   83.83%   PHX  Phoenix,  AZ   83.77%   MSP  Minneapolis,  MN   83.73%   CVG  Cincinna4,  OH   83.70%  
    • About  FlightStats  On-­‐4me  Performance  Reports   FlightStats  on-­‐4me  performance  calcula4ons  are  based   upon  data  collected  from  a  variety  of  sources  –  both   primary  and  secondary.  Our  coverage  of  any  single  airline’s   flights  varies  in  percentage  terms.  In  some  cases,  only   secondary  sources  can  be  obtained  that  represent  a  subset   of  an  airline’s  total  flight  opera4ons.     Therefore,  the  calcula4ons  represented  here  should,  in   general,  be  considered  indica4ve  of  an  airlines  performance   but  not  a  defini4ve  measure.  We  con4nue  to  work  had  to   fill  in  our  coverage  gaps.  However,  reaching  100%  coverage   will  require  the  coopera4on  of  some  airlines  that,  at   present,  are  unwilling  to  par4cipate.  
    • FlightStats  On-­‐4me  Performance  Awards   Go  to  opsawards.flightstats.com  for  details  
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