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After a disastrous Great North Run day which saw delays so severe runners missed the race, punctuality rates between August and October have dropped 7% below target, papers before the North East Combined Authority (NECA) this week showed.
Bristol Airport leads the world's best when it comes to flight punctuality according to OAG's Punctuality League, with an on-time performance rating of 94.
In September Metro achieved its 29th consecutive month with punctuality above 90 per cent, with 92.
ORR chief executive Richard Price said that Network Rail's success in modernising the railways did not excuse its failure to improve train punctuality over the last five year period, which it was funded to do He said: "Network Rail fell signifi-cantly short of punctuality for longdistance services, so it is right that money is returned to funders (the Treasury).
NR's punctuality target for 2014 to 2019 is also 92.
Virgin Trains had the poorest punctuality figure - 83.
London and south east England train operators' punctuality reached 68.
And the Office of Rail Regulation has warned Network Rail about its punctuality record, particularly on the East Coast.
MIDLAND passengers have endured some of the worst train punctuality in the country, new figures have revealed.
A core element of Gulf Air's restructuring strategy is improving all aspects of our service including our flight punctuality," said Gulf Air acting chief executive Maher Al Musallam.
Statistics released by FlightStats Data FlightStats On-time Report for July 2013, an independent provider of flight information services, showed that Gulf Air registered an on-time punctuality of 93.
REGIONAL airline Flybe enjoyed a 90 per cent punctuality record for flights in and out of Edinburgh Airport to Birmingham in May.