All ten of the most-delayed Asian airlines last month were Chinese carriers, according to a new report from FlightStats, an American flight-tracking service.
China United Airlines ranked the worst with on-time arrival rate of only 27.15 percent. Xiamen Airlines and Shanghai Airlines ranked second- and third-worst, with on-time arrival rates of 38.62 percent and 47.59 percent, respectively.
The statistics showed that the average on-time performance rating among all 41 Asian airlines was 68.86 percent in June, down 3.35 percent from May 2013. The cancellation rate in the region was 2 percent.
South Korea’s Air Busan, with an on-time arrival rate of 96.77 percent, was Asia’s best-performing airline in June.
Followings are the top 10 worst airlines for flight delays in Asia last month: No.10 Hong Kong Dragon Airlines (港龙航空), on-time arrival rate: 58.37%. No.9 China Eastern Airlines (中国东方航空), on-time arrival rate: 57.04%. No.8 China Airlines (中华航空) , on-time arrival rate: 56.72%. No.7 Hainan Airlines (海南航空), on-time arrival rate: 54.76% . No.6 Air China (中国国际航空) , on-time arrival rate: 54.58% . No.5 Tianjin Airlines (天津航空) , on-time arrival rate: 51.98% . No.4 China West Air (西部航空), on-time arrival rate: 47.70% . No.3 Shanghai Airlines (上海航空), on-time arrival rate: 47.59% . No.2 Xiamen Airlines (厦门航空) , on-time arrival rate: 38.62%. No.1 China United Airlines (中国联合航空), on-time arrival rate: 27.15%.
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