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Want A Flight That Leaves On Time? Grab An Early One.

Posted on May 23, 2018
Your chances of leaving on time are best in the early morning and late in the evening, according to this study.

Your chances of leaving on time are best in the early morning and late in the evening, according to this study.

At all airports, the odds of leaving on time shot back up late in the evening, after the “afternoon rush,” when airlines tend to schedule fewer flights, said Henry Harteveldt, travel industry analyst and president of Atmosphere Research Group.

Chicago Tribune article here

Related Topics: airlines, airports, business travel, corporate travel, group travel, leisure travel, research and trends

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