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February Airline Performance : On-time Performance Record

May 04, 1989|Clipboard researched by Kathie Bozanich, Dallas Jamison and Rick VanderKnyff / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Leavett Biles, Steven Nelson, Thomas Penix, Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

For February, 1989

* Total Flights % on Time Airline Reported * Departing ** Arriving Alaska Airlines 162 86.4 85.2 American Airlines 2,009 72.9 73.1 America West 592 87.2 81.4 Continental Airlines 260 68.7 68.2 Delta Airlines 219 59.6 36.4 Northwest Airlines 158 68.4 58.2 TWA 103 90.7 44.9 United Airlines 161 25.9 23.8 USAir 1,494 84.9 82.4

* Total number of reported flights arriving at and departing from John Wayne Airport; includes canceled and diverted flights * Percentage of on-time flights departing from John Wayne Airport ** Percentage of on-time flights arriving at John Wayne Airport FLIGHTS** WITH THE WORST ON-TIME RECORDS DEPARTING FROM JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT February, 1989

* Total Flight Flights Number % Airline Number Destination Reported on Time on Time American 947 San Francisco 27 9 33.3 American 877 San Francisco 23 10 43.4 American 225 San Jose 28 13 46.4 Delta 932 Salt Lake City 28 14 50.0 Delta 1648 Salt Lake City 27 14 51.8 American 229 Palm Springs 25 13 52.0 Continental 176 Denver 28 15 53.5 American 619 San Francisco 26 14 53.8 American 1467 San Francisco 25 14 56.0 American 1338 Chicago 26 15 57.6

** 20 or more flights per month * Includes canceled and diverted flights FLIGHTS** WITH THE WORST ON-TIME RECORDS ARRIVING AT JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT

*Total Flight Point of Flights Number % Airline Number Origin Reported on Time on Time United 653 Chicago 26 4 15.3 American 835 Chicago 23 4 17.3 Delta 245 Salt Lake City 28 5 17.8 American 229 Chicago 27 7 25.9 United 997 Chicago 27 7 25.9 United 739 Chicago 27 8 29.6 Delta 725 Dallas/Fort Worth 26 8 30.7 American 643 Chicago 25 8 32.0 Delta 689 Salt Lake City 28 9 32.1 American 947 Dallas/Fort Worth 27 9 33.3

** 20 or more flights per month * Includes canceled and diverted flights Source: Department of Transportation, Transportation Systems Center.

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