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These pages show punctuality and delay statistics for Flyjet charter flights at UK reporting airports. Data is available for 2003 to 2007, when the airline ceased charter flights. Simply select which year you are interested in below.

Please note that Flyjet became part of Silverjet, whose scheduled services were analysed on our Luton Airport or London to New York pages while the airline was in operation.
  
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2006
Rolling Year to Date
  Flyjet Charter Flights All UK Charter Flights
Jan '06 -
Dec '06
Jan '05 -
Dec '05
Jan '06 -
Dec '06
Jan '05 -
Dec '05
Average Delay (mins) 59.13 60.44 27.22 27.48
Within 15 mins (%) 57.29 38.46 66.77 67.15
1 hour+ late (%) 18.52 29.99 10.63 10.79
3 hours+ late (%) 7.41 6.84 2.70 2.78
Total Flights Analysed 1,269 1,477 127,170 129,035
Flyjet charter flight punctuality remained well below the UK average during 2006, the average flight operating 59 minutes behind schedule.
Summer 2006 Summer 2006
Note: A small number of flights to and from London Luton (14), London Stansted (6) and Birmingham (2) were not analysed.
Rank Airport Avg. Delay
(mins)
Within 15
mins (%)
1 hour+
late (%)
3 hours+
late (%)
Total Flights
analysed
1 Newcastle 24.19 69.69 10.00 3.75 320
2 London Gatwick 59.80 52.40 21.40 9.61 229
3 Manchester 98.49 52.81 25.84 12.36 445
ALL AIRPORTS > > >  65.66 58.15 19.72 8.95 994
Flyjet achieved relatively good punctuality performance for flights at Newcastle during the summer 2006 season, the average flight operating 24 minutes behind schedule, with 70% of services operating on time.

Much poorer performance was seen at London Gatwick and Manchester, where in both cases the carrier was the least punctual UK charter airline.

At Manchester in particular the average Flyjet flight operated 1 hour and 38 minutes behind schedule, with 1 in 8 flights delayed excessively, by over three hours.
Winter 2005 / 2006 Winter 2005 / 2006
Note: A small number of flights to and from Glasgow (2) were not analysed
Rank Airport Avg. Delay
(mins)
Within 15
mins (%)
1 hour+
late (%)
3 hours+
late (%)
Total Flights
analysed
1 London Luton 12.40 76.83 2.44 0.00 82
2 Manchester 22.14 55.96 8.26 0.00 109
3 London Gatwick 52.85 32.69 34.62 1.92 52
ALL AIRPORTS > > >  25.42 58.02 11.93 0.41 243
Flyjet punctuality during the winter 2005 / 2006 season was the best on record for the airline since operations commenced in 2003, with the average delay dropping significantly to 25 minutes (compared to 62 minutes in the winter 2004 / 2005 season).

Punctuality remained poor at London Gatwick, with less than a third of flights operating on time, but was better at Manchester and very good at London Luton where 77% of flights were on-time over the season.
 
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