Scheduled flight punctuality at UK Reporting Airports
improved in January 2016 compared with the previous month, overall on-time performance increasing by 2.7 percentage points to 79.2%, close to the 3-year January average.
| Latest On-Time Performance Stats: January 2016|
|Scheduled Airlines||Jan '16||versus|
|Aer Lingus Regional||86.7%||+7.5ppt||81.9%||+5.3ppt|
|Thomas Cook Airlines||72.0%||-7.2ppt||75.6%||-1.0ppt|
Full details at our January 2016 Latest OTP page.
|Largest UK & Ireland Airlines.|
All Thomas Cook and Thomson flights considered scheduled services since Jan '16.
On-Time Performance: % of flights operating up to 15 minutes late.
Aer Lingus flights boasted the highest OTP level of the 15 analysed UK & Ireland airlines recording 90.5% on-time performance, over 11 percentage points above the UK average during the month. flybe were in second position with 87.8% OTP, followed by Aer Lingus Regional climbing three places since December to finish third for January 2016 with 86.7% OTP.
At the bottom of the table, Thomson Airways and Jet2 flights suffered the poorest OTP levels of the month at 68.0% and 69.5% respectively, around 10 percentage points poorer than the UK average.
For the rolling year to 31 January 2016 bmi regional took first place with 85.1% OTP, ending BA CityFlyer's 15-month lead by relegating them into second place for the period with 84.5% OTP.
Thomson Airways and easyJet flights had the poorest OTP levels for the 12 month period, both recording around 71% OTP, some five percentage points worse than the UK average.