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Table 4 Ranking of Major Airport On-Time Arrival Performance Year-to-date through March 2010

Table 4
Ranking of Major Airport On-Time Arrival Performance Year-to-date through March 2010

(Percent On-Time)

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Rank Jan 1 - March 31, 2009 %
1 Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) 84.54
2 Chicago, IL (MDW) 84.33
3 Baltimore, MD (BWI) 84.18
4 Houston, TX (IAH) 83.80
5 Phoenix, AZ (PHX) 83.00
6 Tampa, FL (TPA) 82.83
7 Dallas/Ft.Worth, TX (DFW) 82.36
8 Detroit, MI (DTW) 82.26
9 Orlando, FL (MCO) 82.09
10 Los Angeles, CA (LAX) 82.02
11 Denver, CO (DEN) 81.40
12 Portland, OR (PDX) 81.30
13 Washington, DC (IAD) 81.24
14 Las Vegas, NV (LAS) 81.23
15 San Diego, CA (SAN) 80.65
16 Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN (MSP) 80.37
17 Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL) 79.40
18 Washington, DC (DCA) 79.21
19 Charlotte, NC (CLT) 79.02
20 Miami, FL (MIA) 77.92
21 Boston, MA (BOS) 77.41
22 Chicago, IL (ORD) 77.15
23 Seattle, WA (SEA) 77.12
24 Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 76.57
25 New York, NY (JFK) 75.74
26 Atlanta, GA (ATL) 72.24
27 San Francisco, CA (SFO) 69.50
28 New York, NY (LGA) 66.17
29 Newark, NJ (EWR) 58.54
Rank Jan 1 - March 31, 2010 %
1 Seattle, WA (SEA) 87.02
2 Portland, OR (PDX) 86.23
3 Phoenix, AZ (PHX) 86.07
4 Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) 85.78
5 Las Vegas, NV (LAS) 84.29
6 San Diego, CA (SAN) 83.58
7 Denver, CO (DEN) 83.36
8 Los Angeles, CA (LAX) 83.08
9 Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN (MSP) 81.04
10 Houston, TX (IAH) 80.70
11 Chicago, IL (MDW) 79.36
12 Charlotte, NC (CLT) 79.25
13 Dallas/Ft.Worth, TX (DFW) 78.56
14 Tampa, FL (TPA) 76.99
15 Chicago, IL (ORD) 76.43
16 Detroit, MI (DTW) 75.92
17 Atlanta, GA (ATL) 75.82
18 Orlando, FL (MCO) 75.77
19 Washington, DC (DCA) 74.56
20 Baltimore, MD (BWI) 74.28
21 Washington, DC (IAD) 73.97
22 Miami, FL (MIA) 73.64
23 Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL) 73.47
24 New York, NY (JFK) 70.76
25 Boston, MA (BOS) 70.35
26 Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 69.83
27 New York, NY (LGA) 69.70
28 San Francisco, CA (SFO) 68.86
29 Newark, NJ (EWR) 65.94

SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data

Beginning March 1, 2010, one of the four runways at New Yorks JFK International Airport was closed for construction. The closure is expected to last at least through June, and associated work will continue later into the year. The closure and associated work may cause or exacerbate flight delays for all carriers operating to/from JFK, as well as other airports throughout the National Airspace System, and should be recognized in any year-over-year comparisons.