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Winter 2007 / 08 Charter Punctuality Results
The winter 2007 / 2008 charter airline punctuality season results have been uploaded to the site, with MyTravel Airways the most punctual UK charter airline of the season, followed by Thomsonfly.
1 Jul 2008

2007 Scheduled Airline Punctuality Results
The results of the full year 2007 scheduled and low-cost airline punctuality have been released across the site.

In the scheduled airlines section bmi regional achieved a punctuality hat-trick securing first place for scheduled timekeeping for the third consecutive year.

In runner-up position, also for the third year running, was Eastern Airways with a very strong performance.

The Key Routes section has also been fully updated for 2007 with EOS Airlines taking top spot in the competitive London to New York punctuality race for the second year.

VLM Airlines had the best punctuality on the London to Amsterdam route, the busiest from London in terms of flights in 2007, while the busiest domestic route between London and Edinburgh was led by bmi.
24 Mar 2008

Summer 2007 UK Charter Punctuality League Table Announced
The results of the summer 2007 UK charter airline punctuality season have been released on our special page at flightontime.info/summer2007. MyTravel Airways finished in first place during the season for the second consecutive year, closely followed by Thomsonfly in runner-up position.

It was a close match for first place with less than a minute separating the average delay of the two carriers, although MyTravel Airways had better on-time performance at 79%, a 5% advantage on runner-up Thomsonfly.

Monarch Airlines also picked up the Most Improved UK Charter Airline award in recognition of their significant improvment in punctuality since summer 2006, the airline finishing the season in third place overall.

Improvements in timekeeping were also seen for Astraeus and XL Airways, while Thomas Cook Airlines, runner-up airline for summer 2006, suffered a large drop in punctuality ending the season in 7th position on the league table.

Make sure you check out the full season league table at flightontime.info/summer2007.
14 Jan 2008

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