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February 2010 Flight Cancellations by Airport

February 2010 Flight Cancellations by Airport

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Airport Total Cancellation Total Flights Percent (%)
Atlanta 4,341 62,511 6.94
Baltimore 2,777 14,665 18.94
Boston 1,584 16,831 9.41
Charlotte 809 17,759 4.56
Chicago Midway 806 11,975 6.73
Chicago O'Hare 2,281 47,484 4.80
Dallas/Ft. Worth 2,570 41,124 6.25
Denver 745 35,624 2.09
Detroit 1,230 23,258 5.29
Ft. Lauderdale 498 10,800 4.61
Houston Bush 681 28,228 2.41
Las Vegas 391 21,472 1.82
Los Angeles 737 29,595 2.49
Miami 449 10,655 4.21
Minneapolis-St Paul 533 17,924 2.97
New York JFK 1,758 17,795 9.88
New York LaGuardia 2,122 14,897 14.24
Newark 2,363 17,444 13.55
Orlando 827 18,882 4.38
Philadelphia 2,059 13,151 15.66
Phoenix 463 27,951 1.66
Portland 73 7,464 0.98
Salt Lake City 240 19,014 1.26
San Diego 236 11,691 2.02
San Francisco 805 20,610 3.91
Seattle 156 13,407 1.16
Tampa 467 10,834 4.31
Washington Dulles 1,932 10,885 17.75
Washington Reagan 2,702 11,920 22.67

SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time data.

NOTE: Cancellation data from on-time data reported to BTS by 18 air carriers. Airport data on these tables for 29 airports with 1 percent of domestic scheduled service enplanements. For cancellation data by day for other airports, see Airline On-Time Statistics. For further explanation, see Airline On-Time Performance. A canceled flight was a flight listed in a carrier's computer reservation system during the seven calendar days prior to scheduled departure but not operated.