After months of improvement, on-time performance slips in June

08/5/2009 | USA Today

A surge of summer leisure travelers and several days of bad weather led to a slight decline in June on-time performance for U.S. airlines, snapping a months-long streak of steadily improving numbers. Still, June's on-time rate of 76.1% was markedly better than the 70.8% recorded in the same month last year, and 43% of delays were blamed on bad weather. Mishandled bags and customer complaints also fell in year-on-year comparisons.

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