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The largest airlines in the U.S. reported lower rates of on-time flights and higher rates of mishandled baggage and canceled flights in June 2007, compared to both May 2007 and the previous June, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). The New York Times reports that airline delays have reached a 13 year high. Highlights from the DOT Press Release released on Monday:
Hawaiian Airlines had the highest on-time arrival rate for June 2007, and American Eagle Airlines had the lowest on-time arrival rate.