Denver Carriers Say Bad On-Time Flight Performance Is Due To Weather

· Aug. 12, 2015, 1:49 pm

Bad weather in June, which included flooding, hail and even tornado conditions, is being blamed for on-time performance decreases of Denver International Airport's three largest airlines.

The Denver Post reports that U.S. Department of Transportation data released Tuesday shows that Denver's largest carrier, United Airlines, saw a national on-time performance of 66.3 percent in June, a 13.4 percent decrease from May.

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