Two of the least punctual airlines in the UK fly from Bristol Airport, an investigation has revealed. Thomas Cook and Wizz Air were the second and third worst in the country for departure delays, the report by the Press Association found. On average, Thomas Cook journeys were 24 minutes late in 2018, while Wizz Air flights were 23 minutes delayed. Press Association analysed Civil Aviation Authority data and only airlines with more than 2,000 UK flights every year. It did not include cancelled flights. A Thomas Cook Airlines spokeswoman said: “A variety of factors, including air traffic control strikes in Europe and periods of severe weather, contributed to record levels of disruption across the industry in 2018. “Unlike many airlines, we almost never cancel flights because we want get our customers away on holiday, so these factors had a particular impact on our punctuality figures. “We had a significant period of growth in 2018 with new routes and slots at UK airports. Our customers are our first priority when a flight is delayed and we always want to get them on holiday on time. “We have taken steps to improve punctuality this year, including operating more reserve aircraft to help… Read full this story
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