"Delays are in fact part of the aviation recovery story. As travel demand continues to increase, especially in the US, many airlines are struggling to keep up. With staff stretched thin, any disruption to the day's schedule, such as weather or IT outages, is causing a much larger impact, leading to more delays and cancellations."
- Mark Duell, VP, FlightAware
July Cancellations: 2,218
July Delays (more than 15 minutes): 30,231
American Airlines: 371 (3%) cancelled flights, 4,029 (34%) delays
SkyWest Airline: 220 (2%) cancelled flights, 2,967 (26%) delays
A look back at June 2021
June Delays (more than 15 minutes): 157,528
American Airlines: 2,644 (4%) cancelled flights, 22,738 (31%) delays
FlightAware (flightaware.com) is the leading provider of real-time and historical flight information and insights to the global aviation community. FlightAware serves all segments of the aviation marketplace through best-in-class applications and data services that provide comprehensive information about the current and predicted movement of aircraft. Through the collection, interpretation, and enrichment of hundreds of sources of data, including data from FlightAware’s own proprietary terrestrial ADS-B network with tens of thousands of receivers spanning seven continents in 200 countries and territories, FlightAware transforms millions of raw flight data elements and delivers them as coherent, easy-to-consume flight stories. As a single source of accurate and actionable data for aviation players large and small, FlightAware is Central to Aviation™. FlightAware is privately held, with headquarters in Houston and sales offices in New York, Austin, Singapore, and London.
11 Greenway Plaza, Suite 2900
Houston, TX 77046