DOT: 2014 tarmac delays at US airports lowest on record

In 2014, US airlines reported a total of 30 domestic flights with tarmac delays exceeding three hours and nine international flights with tarmac delays exceeding four hours at US airports—the lowest number on record, according to the US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) latest Air Travel Consumer...
Mark Nensel

Mark Nensel is the Managing Editor of Aviation Daily. Prior to taking the helm of daily production of Aviation Week's commercial aviation newsletter…

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