According to the latest US Department of Transportation (DOT) and Bureau of Transportation Statistics’ Air Travel Consumer Report, in October, no US airlines reported a domestic flight experiencing a tarmac delay exceeding three hours. Additionally, no international flights reported experiencing a tarmac delay exceeding four hours. The 16 carriers filing on-time performance data with DOT reported an 84.1% on-time arrival rate in October, improving on October 2012’s 80.2% on-time ...

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