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15 Most Notable Factors Responsible for Flight Delay

Source:Mirror Understanding Flight Delay Ordinarily the word ‘delay’ as it were has to do with the amount of time a man has to wait beyond the expected time for something to happen. It is a situation that makes something planned for to take longer time than expected. The U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows that between June 2015 and June 2016, more than 1 million flights were delayed. Flight delay is one of the problems air passengers may face in airline industries around the world. The recurrent of unwanted delays at airport mostly in commercial airlines are one of the major concerns that aviation industries must address to the barest minimum so as to make air travel more reliable and convenient for its passengers. As the world is becoming more global village, hence, air transport as the fastest mode is playing a key role in this regards, in which people are connected by this fastest mode of transport to different cities in the world mostly for business opportunities, this among others explains why more people are travelling by air. However, the more people are flying, the more the probability that a passenger may experience more flight delays due to heavy traffic volume. Then, what is flight delay? Flight Delay A flight delay occurs when an aircraft takes off or lands later than its expected time. In addition, The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) describes flight delay as a kind of delay that occurs at minimum of 15 minutes after the usual planned flight time. Anyhow, no passenger most especially, the business travelers will enjoy spending more time than necessary in airport, unwanted long delay mostly when the passengers have already boarded the plane, may cause passengers to be stranded in plane parked at the tarmac and may be a major problem and source of frustration on their business plans. List of Factors Responsible for Flight Delay Source:TheSlateGroup 1. System Congestion 2. Airline Practices 3. Equipment Problems 4. Labor Actions 5. Severe Weather 6. Aircraft Maintenance 7. Crew Scheduling 8. Late arriver of flight crew 9. Air Traffic Control Problem due to heavy traffic volume 10. Air Operations 11. Poor or Aging Aviation Infrastructures 12. Airlines scheduling more flights than the system capacity 13. Safety 14. Terrorist Attack 15. Aircraft Mechanical Problems

10 Top International Air Ports in Africa By: OWINJE PETER.

  1. OR Tambo International Air Port, Johannesburg. South Africa.
The air port tops the list of best air port in Africa. It handles more than 17 million passengers every year. However, the recent upgrade infrastructure of the air port enables it to handle up to 28 million passengers yearly.
  1. Cape Town International Air Port, Cape Town, South Africa.
It is capable to handles 14 million passengers annually.
  1. King Shaka International Air Port, Durban, South Africa.
It handles up to 5 million passengers every year. The port is also known as La Mercy Air Port.
  1. Cairo International Air Port, Cairo, Egypt.
It is the largest and the second busiest air port in Africa.
  1. Hurghada International Air Port, Hurghada Egypt.
  2. Sharam El-Sheikh International Air Port.
It handles up to 10 million passengers annually.
  1. Muhammed V International Air Port, Casablanca Morocco.
The air port handles up to 7.5 million passengers in every year.
  1. Murtala Muhammed International Air Port, Lagos. Nigeria.
It is the largest air port in the country and it handles over 6 million passengers.
  1. Jomo Kenyatta international Air Port. Nairobi, Kenya.
It is the Kenya largest air port and the busiest eastern and central African region. It handle more than 5 million passengers annually.
  1. Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
It handles more than 1 million every year and over 800 tones of cargoe.        

10 Top International Air Ports in Africa By: OWINJE PETER.

  1. OR Tambo International Air Port, Johannesburg. South Africa.
The air port tops the list of best air port in Africa. It handles more than 17 million passengers every year. However, the recent upgrade infrastructure of the air port enables it to handle up to 28 million passengers yearly.
  1. Cape Town International Air Port, Cape Town, South Africa.
It is capable to handles 14 million passengers annually.
  1. King Shaka International Air Port, Durban, South Africa.
It handles up to 5 million passengers every year. The port is also known as La Mercy Air Port.
  1. Cairo International Air Port, Cairo, Egypt.
It is the largest and the second busiest air port in Africa.
  1. Hurghada International Air Port, Hurghada Egypt.
  2. Sharam El-Sheikh International Air Port.
It handles up to 10 million passengers annually.
  1. Muhammed V International Air Port, Casablanca Morocco.
The air port handles up to 7.5 million passengers in every year.
  1. Murtala Muhammed International Air Port, Lagos. Nigeria.
It is the largest air port in the country and it handles over 6 million passengers.
  1. Jomo Kenyatta international Air Port. Nairobi, Kenya.
It is the Kenya largest air port and the busiest eastern and central African region. It handle more than 5 million passengers annually.
  1. Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
It handles more than 1 million every year and over 800 tones of cargoe.  

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