July tarmac delays rise

Victoria
By Victoria September 18, 2012 10:33

July tarmac delays rise

In July, data from the Department of Transportation, shows that airline passengers on 18 domestic flights were stuck for lengthy delays on airport tarmacs. Some 15 of the largest US airlines also did a poorer job of getting passengers to destinations on time.
The results were skewed by the severe weather that swept the country, specifically Chicago O’Hare.
A Caribbean Airlines flight from Georgetown, Guyana, to New York’s JFK was delayed for more than four hours in July – this incident is being investigated as it breached the three-hour tarmac delay limit.

Victoria
By Victoria September 18, 2012 10:33
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