One in three easyJet flights arrived at least 15 minutes late last year, according to Which? magazine.
Researchers analysed Civil Aviation Authority figures and concluded only 66 per cent of arrivals on Britain’s biggest budget airline met the industry definition of “on time”, which allows for a quarter-hour delay.
The data covered more than 850,000 flights last year to 25 UK airports, on 35 airlines — eight of them British.
Thomson (68 per cent), Jet2 (71), Monarch and Thomas Cook (both 72) all performed worse than the industry average of 74 per cent — the score achieved by British Airways.
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