US Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) released (07-Jan-2010) the Air Travel Consumer Report for Nov-2009. According to the report, the US’ largest airlines had a rate of on time services this past Nov-2009 that was higher than both the same month last year and the mark posted in Oct-2009. In addition, the reporting carriers also reported a mishandled baggage rate of 2.78 reports per 1,000 passengers in Nov-2009, an improvement over both Nov-2008 and Oct-2009. Details include:
US BTS report airline on-time performance in Nov-2009
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