Posts Tagged ‘ OAG ’

Jet 2 is the best again

Jan 6th, 2020 | By
image of a Jet 2 plane was the UK’s most punctual airline in eight of the eleven available monthly OAG reports in 2019.

Garuda beats European airlines for punctuality

Jun 30th, 2019 | By
Virgin plane in flight

The best that could be achieved was by Virgin Atlantic which managed three stars based on an accumulated score of 79.2.

This year, Liverpool is the best

Jun 29th, 2019 | By

Garnering a five star rating and the airport from the UK and Ireland highest up the list is Liverpool John Lennon.

Saturday snippets: 5th May 2018

May 5th, 2018 | By

Star Wars, Kew Gardens and the busiest air route in the world caught Adrian’s attetion this bank holiday weekend along with a cheeky Airbnb offer to manage American government travel accommodation.

Who do you believe?

Jun 14th, 2017 | By

It all goes to show that there is no standard way of deciding “best” or “worst.” Passengers will remain confused whilst so many organisations provide conflicting results.

If you want a punctual flight use…

Jan 9th, 2017 | By

Late last week we reported on the OAG study of punctuality at airports. The same study also looked at punctuality at airlines so which should you choose if you want an on-time landing in the jargon of air travel? Flybe comes out as the most punctual of the British and Irish airlines achieving a punctuality rate of 86.62% of flights being on time. Worldwide though, it might be in sixth place but within Europe it is second only to KLM. Monarch, Aer Lingus and Jet2
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The most punctual airport in the world

Jan 6th, 2017 | By
outside of Bimingham Airport

Step forward Birmingham then which has been named the most punctual airport in the world by OAG, a company that possesses the largest network of air travel data in the world.

Measuring airline punctuality

Jan 8th, 2016 | By
image of a Monarch plane

OAG is a company that is largely known for compiling the airline timetables that we use. By possessing this information it also is able to give us an idea of airline punctuality.

Fewer Flights from the UK

May 5th, 2009 | By

Each month a company called OAG compiles a list of all those flights that fly from British airports and publishes the results in its OAG Facts. This compares the number of flights and passenger seats available to buy based on the type of aircraft flying each route.The figures for April show that there was a drop of 5078 domestic flights compared to the same month last year which meant a reduction of 476,000 seats. For those flying abroad there were 11,237 fewer flights and 1.6
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