Monday, March 20, 2017

A decade later and Mumbai airport still worst for on-time performance

Three out of six airlines monitored for On-Time Performance at airports had Mumbai at the bottom of the data charts amongst the four metros in India.

For Air India, IndiGo and Vistara, OTP at Mumbai was 59.1%, 73.9% and 66.3% respectively.  The other airlines of Go Air, SpiceJet and Jet Airways and Jet Lite had OTP at Mumbai at 70.8%, 75.2% and 66.1% respectively.

National carrier, Air India had the worst OTP among all other airlines in February at 66.2%.

The airport has consistently been rated the worst for OTP over the years.

Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport has 35 airlines flying to major cities across the country and handled 13,100 domestic and 9,500 International passengers daily on an average as per Airports Authority of India (AAI) data.

A flight is considered to be ‘delayed’ if it arrived or departed 15 minutes later than scheduled.

Total arrivals in the airport were 8,275 the CSIA report showed out of which 2,894 were delayed. This was 35% of the total arrivals.
20/03/17 Yoshita Rao/Z Business