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Airline On-time Performance (OTP) & Flight Cancellation Dashboard

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 Note:

  • The above chart provides information on the on-time performance (OTP) of domestic flights at KUL T1 and T2 for the months of March and April 2024. OTP refers to the percentage of flights that depart within 15 minutes of their scheduled time of departure (STD).
  • In March 2024, AirAsia X did not operate any domestic flights. However, in April 2024, they operated 10 domestic flights
  • It’s worth noting that on 18 April 2024, the Mount Ruang volcanic eruption caused significant disruptions to flights to and from East Malaysia.
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    Note:

    The above chart provides information on the on-time performance (OTP) of international flights at KUL T1 and T2 for the months of March and April 2024. OTP refers to the percentage of flights that depart within 15 minutes of their scheduled time of departure (STD).

     

    Note:

  • The above chart provides information on the domestic flights operated by airline at KUL T1 and T2 for the months of March and April 2024. The domestic flights shown refer to flights that are on schedule within 48 hours before the scheduled time of departure (STD) and flights operated.
  • In March 2024, AirAsia X did not operate any domestic flights. However, in April 2024, they operated 10 domestic flights.
  • It’s worth noting that on 18 April 2024, the Mount Ruang volcanic eruption caused significant disruptions to flights to and from East Malaysia.
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    Detailed information on airline performance for other airports in Malaysia will be provided by the Commission in due course.

     

    Disclaimer:

    1. The data showcased above is for the previous month and is provided by Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) based on actual flights operated at KUL T1 and T2. The Commission gives no warranty expressed or implied as to the completeness, accuracy, or timeliness of the provided information and the Commission cannot be held liable for any damages whatsoever caused by dependence on this information.
    2. Extraordinary circumstances beyond the airline’s control may impact its flight performance, such as weather, air traffic control, etc.