Airline on-time performance improves marginally

According to DOT data for the first six months of 2008, one quarter of U.S. airline flights are late. The industry's 73.4% on-time record was only marginally better than the same time period a year ago, which was the worst on record. New York's LaGuardia Airport ranked the worst for on-time arrivals, and Chicago's O'Hare Airport ranked worst for on-time departures.

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