Table 1 - Top 10 Airports for Percentage of Flights Delayed, Canceled, and Diverted: 2000

Table 1 - Top 10 Airports for Percentage of Flights Delayed, Canceled, and Diverted: 2000

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Ranking Airport Scheduled flights Actual late departures Actual late arrivals Flights diverted away from airport Canceled % delayed arrivals % delayed arrivals, cancellations, and diversions
1 NewYork-LaGuardia 104,177 30,139 44,713 869 7,591 35.1 43
2 SanFranciscoInternational 135,032 40,481 52,963 393 7,177 33.5 39.2
3 Chicago-O'Hare 296,771 98,362 109,178 830 19,318 29.6 36.8
4 Boston-Logan 113,056 28,595 38,967 237 7,689 27.6 34.5
5 Los Angeles International 212,118 58,937 70,953 359 8,120 29.4 33.4
6 Philadelphia International 121,151 34,791 40,313 681 6,442 27.8 33.3
7 SeattleTacomaInternational 104,910 26,907 33,895 219 3,264 29 32.3
8 Denver International 137,302 39,659 43,655 186 4,251 28.4 31.8
9 Newark 124,496 29,348 38,292 390 6,330 25.4 30.8
10 Washington-Dulles 65,462 16,744 19,788 193 3,678 24.4 30.2

NOTE: A delay is defined as an aircraft departing from or arriving at a gate more than 15 minutes after its scheduled departure or arrival time.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Office of Airline Information, 2001.