bmi regional returned to the top of our OTP league table for December 2014, winding up the year with 86.7% of flights operating on time at UK Reporting Airports
, over 14 percentage points better than the UK average for the month, which saw relatively poor OTP levels nationally.
| Latest On-Time Performance Stats: December 2014|
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Full details at our December 2014 Latest OTP page.
|Largest UK & Ireland Airlines.|
On-Time Performance: % of flights operating up to 15 minutes late.
Data at 10 UK Reporting Airports.
BA CityFlyer were in second position with 85.4% OTP, followed by Aer Lingus in third recording 83.6%.
Jet2 and British Airways were at the bottom of the league table for December, with relatively low OTP levels of 68.7% and 69.9% respectively.
For the full year to 31 December 2014 BA CityFlyer were in first position with 88.6% OTP, some 10 percentage points better than the UK average during the period. bmi regional were in second place for the year with 87.4% OTP, while at the other end of the table British Airways and Monarch Scheduled were the only two of the analysed airlines falling significantly below the UK OTP average for the period, with 75.7% and 76.1% OTP respectively for the two carriers.
It was a very poor month for charter flight OTP levels in December 2014, Thomas Cook Airlines remaining in top position with 63.7% OTP, followed by Thomson Airways flights which achieved 59.1% OTP. Monarch charter flights had the worst timekeeping however with just 50.2% operating on time during the month.
For the full year to 31 December 2014 the charter airline rankings were the same, with Thomas Cook (75.9% OTP) leading over Thomson Airways (73.8%) and Monarch charter flights (68.4%).