The numbers are worrying! according to Le Figaro who published an article with results showing nearly 6 million passengers in Europe victims of a cancellation or a consequent delay in the period July-August 2018, which represents twice more than the previous year .
For delays of more than three hours, we first find JetAirFly with 1.91%, followed by Easyjet with 1.2% and Vueling with 1.17%.
Vueling posted very negative results over the period July-August 2018 with more than 13% flights delayed more than one hour. Easyjet, meanwhile, is 11.48% behind for more than an hour and Ryanair has a 6.48% rate of flights delayed more than one hour.
Always on delays of over an hour, CSA has a rate of 15.34%, 13.38% TAP Portugal recorded during the summer, Eurowings 10.54 and a low rate of 6.86% for Flybe.
At the top of the list, HOP! recorded a rate of 6.06% cancellation followed Wideroe with 4.57% and in third place the company Vueling with 2.89% … Ryanair has a low cancellation rate with 1.71% and last, found with SAS 1.67% .
On the ranking of the companies that recorded the least disruption, Aegean Airlines posted 0, Transavia 0.02%, Blue Air and TAROM 0.05%, Air Baltic and Air Europa with 0.07 and 0.08%. 0.1 is registered with Jet2, Thomson, Sky Express and Aeroflot.