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2014 Jan-Sep Statistics Published

14 Jan 2015
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The site has been updated with data for the first nine months of 2014 now analysed for scheduled and low cost airlines, and across over 70 Key Routes from London Airports.

KLM flights had the best timekeeping among the 35 largest scheduled airlines at UK Reporting Airports, recording an average delay of 6.4 minutes, ahead of CityJet with 6.7 minutes and BA CityFlyer with 7.3 minutes.

The poorest performance for the period was seen for Air Canada flights, which were held up for 19.9 minutes on average, followed by Air Portugal (19.1 minutes) and Monarch Scheduled (17.0 minutes).

Analysing low cost airlines in isolation, flybe led the rankings with an average delay of 10.3 minutes, followed by Ryanair (11.2 minutes) and easyJet (12.4 minutes). Jet2 flights had an average delay of 13.9 minutes and Monarch Scheduled were bottom of the low cost league table with 17.0 minutes.

Highlights from the Key Routes section showed that CityJet was the most punctual carrier between London and Dublin, Virgin Atlantic (Little Red) between London and Edinburgh, with Virgin Atlantic also leading the timekeeping chart between London and New York.
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