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Ukrainian airlines performed on schedule in June 2019, 73.9% of 5335 flights from Ukrainian airports, while the result of foreign airlines was 77.4%, with 3122 departures from Ukrainian airports, according to statistics published by the Ministry of Infrastructure.

The most punctual airline of the country with the result of 96% of flights on schedule was Atlasjet Ukraine. Next come Motor Sich with a rate of 93.7% and Wind Rose with the result of 88.6% of flights without delay. In June, the largest airline in Ukraine, UIA performed 78% of flights in compliance with the schedule.

The worst results were shown by SkyUp and Bravo Airways, which completed without delay only 47.9% and 33.3% of all their flights, respectively.

Six foreign carriers did not detain any departure in June 2019: Alitalia, Aigle Azur, Aegean Airlines, Iraqi Airways, Bulgaria Air, Tarom.

Not less than 90% of Czech Airlines, airBaltic, Air Arabia, Belavia and Qatar Airways showed the punctuality result.

Among the outsiders in terms of punctuality were the British division of Wizz Air (46.4%), Arkia (42.9%) and Ernest Airlines (39.9%).

When making the rating, the flight was considered to be a schedule, if the deviation from the schedule did not exceed 15 minutes.

 

Punctuality rating of foreign airlines by departing from the airports of Ukraine in June 2019

 

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Punctuality rating of Ukrainian airlines by departing from the airports of Ukraine in June 2019

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Source: Avianews

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