first_imgNew Zealand-based cheap flights carrier Pacific Blue achieved a domestic on-time performance rate of 94.4 percent in February.The figure comes after January’s on-time total of 94.9 percent and, according to the airline, is helping to boost loyalty among passengers in the competitive Australasian flights market.Mark Pitt, Pacific Blue’s chief executive officer, said the carrier was the first in New Zealand to regularly publish its on-time performance results.”Domestic travellers understand that good on-time performance reflects an airline’s commitment to excellent service,” he commented.”It shows we respect our guests and we appreciate that their time is valuable.”During the past six months, Pacific Blue has achieved monthly punctuality totals of between 90 percent and 69 percent, with the current average standing at 93.5 percent.The airline has been publishing its on-time performance ratings online since last July, with data stretching back over the past 12 months.Pacific Blue is the New Zealand subsidiary of Australian airline Virgin Blue, which commenced flights in August 2000.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedCebu Pacific to launch new domestic and international flightsPhilippines-based cheap flights carrier Cebu Pacific will launch additional domestic and international flights.Nearly all of Korean Air’s 2008 flights departed on timeAlmost 100 percent of Korean Air’s flights departed on time during 2008, figures from Boeing and Airbus have revealed.Over 90% of bmibaby flights depart on time in Januarybmibaby has revealed that more than nine in ten (90.8 percent) of its flights departed within 15 minutes of schedulelast_img