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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