bmi regional were in first place on our OTP punctuality league table for December 2013
at UK Reporting Airports
, with 87.7% OTP. A solid performance from BA CityFlyer (84.7% OTP) returned them to second position ahead of easyJet who were in third with 78.7% OTP in a month where carriers historically suffer from long delays.
| Latest On-Time Performance Stats: December 2013|
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|Charter Airlines||Dec '13||versus|
Full details at our December 2013 Latest OTP page.
|Largest UK & Ireland Airlines.|
On-Time Performance: % of flights operating up to 15 minutes late.
Data at 10 UK Reporting Airports.
British Airways and Aer Lingus had the poorest OTP levels during the month at 68.6% and 69.3% respectively, around four percentage points poorer than the scheduled flight average at UK Reporting Airports
For the full year bmi regional maintained a clear lead at the top of the table with 92.3% OTP, and in second place BA CityFlyer recorded 89.6% OTP, both well in excess of the scheduled flight average for the period at UK reporting airports of 79.7%.
Charter flight punctuality showed a poor overall OTP level of 66.3% in December, Thomas Cook Airlines moving into first place for the month with 74.2% OTP, followed by Thomson Airways (68.5%) and Monarch charter flights (50.3%).
For the full year there was no change in the ranking compared with the previous month among the charter carriers, Thomson charter flights being the most punctual with 79.2% OTP, followed by Thomas Cook and Monarch.