OAG, a provider of air travel data, released its latest list of On-Time Performance Star Ratings.
They ranked airlines with a minimum of 600 operations per month based on their on-time arrivals.
Out of 15 airlines to receive five stars, only one US carrier earned a top rating — Hawaiian Airlines.
Alaska Airlines, Delta, and United earned four stars.
JetBlue, surprisingly, came in last for the U.S. airlines, likely due to the months-long closure of one of its runways at JFK international airport.
When you book a flight, you probably consider things like which airline has the best fares, the largest amount of legroom, and maybe even the best onboard wine selections. But above all else, whether or not an airline can get you to your destination on time probably matters the most to you.
OAG, a leading provider of air travel data, recently released its latest list of On-Time Performance Star Ratings, and of the 15 airlines to receive five stars, only one U.S. carrier—Hawaiian Airlines—earned a top rating. Alaska Airlines, Delta, and United all earned four-star ratings, outranking even Air New Zealand, which was named the best airline of 2018 by airlineratings.com.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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