Ticket price and fees are likely the first thing you think about when picking an airline, but there are a lot of other key factors, like flight delay records and how often cancellation occurs. See how the airlines you’re considering measure up with the The Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) monthly air travel reports.
The Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE), which is part of the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, monitors the punctuality and reliability of major domestic airlines operating between Australian airports. BITRE issues monthly reports to evaluate overall industry performance and individual airline performance so that consumers can make informed decisions about which airline to use.
It breaks down the on-time performance of each airline across different routes along with how often cancellations occur.
The reports also assess the performance of airports around Australia.
Check out the reports for yourself at the link below.
BITRE monthly reports [Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development]