OAG represents the most punctual airline companies and airports in the world in own Punctuality League 2023

OAG represents the most punctual airline companies and airports in the world in own Punctuality League 2023

Japan leads among mega-airline companies and mega-airports of the world; All Nippon Airways and Tokyo International airport Haneda take first place.

OAG, leading data platform for global industry of passenger transport presented the most punctual airline companies in the world and airports in the framework of own Punctuality League 2023.

Among 20 leading mega-airline companies of the world Japan takes leading places: All Nippon Airways became number one with index of flights’ regularity 88.79%, it is followed by Japan Airlines (no. 2, flight’s regularity 88.07%). LATAM Airlines (flights’ regularity 85.03%) and Azul Airlines (flights’ regularity 84.87%) from Latin American carriers took 3rd and 4th places correspondingly. Five carriers from USA complete top 10 and Delta Air Lines (flights’ regularity 81.79%) takes 6th place.

Five European carriers entered Top-20 mega-airlines; KLM Royal Dutch Airlines took the highest 11th place (flights’ regularity 73.06%).

Among 20 best in the world low-cost airline companies first place took German airline company Eurowings (flights’ regularity 95.26%), it is followed by Thai AirAsia (No. 2, flights’ regularity 92.33%) and Jeju Air (No. 3, flights’ regularity 91.84%). Viva Air Colombia (flights’ regularity 81.63%) from Latin American carriers took 7th place but Southwest Airlines (flights’ regularity 71.61%) from USA take 14th place.

Among 20 best mega-airports of the world 1st place takes Tokyo Haneda with flights’ regularity index 88.06%. In North America Atlanta International airport Hartsfield-Jackson (flights’ regularity 88.08%) took 2nd place but Mexico International airport (flights’ regularity 72.73%) – 12th. The index of flights’ regularity in the biggest European airports was influenced by problems with operational resources that appeared on summer.

“Globally flights’ regularity returns to the level that was observed the last time before pandemic as carriers work over solution of operational problems and reduction of expenses”, – chief OAG analyst John Grant said. – “Assurance of recovery of passenger transport industry is increasing as airline companies place new orders for airplanes, announce new routes and it seems that problems with employment weaken.”