Haneda Airport and Japan Airlines Corp. topped the list for on-time arrivals in 2009, a report by U.S.-based information services company Conducive Technology Corp. says.
According to the report, which covered 48 airports and 40 airlines around the world, 90.78 percent of the passengers traveling to Haneda Airport in Tokyo and 90.95 percent of the flights operated by JAL arrived no more than 15 minutes later than scheduled.
South Korea’s Incheon Airport ranked second at 87.43 percent, followed by Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport (86.85 percent) and Narita Airport in Chiba Prefecture (85.36 percent).
Among airlines, All Nippon Airways ranked second at 90.37 percent.
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