Some airports have been worse than others, according to FlightAware data.
Canada’s Toronto Pearson International Airport topped the list as the worst airport to fly out of between May 26 – July 19 this year, with more than half of its flights being delayed.
Frankfurt Airport fared little better, with 45.4% of its flights seeing setbacks.
The UK is the only country to have two airports make it onto the list in this time period – Gatwick and Heathrow.
Australia’s Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport placed ninth (34.2%) and the U.S. Orlando International Airport tenth (33.4%).
The list of airports with the highest rate of cancellations paints a slightly different picture, with two Chinese airports (Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport with 7.9%; Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport with 5.2%) and three U.S. airports (Newark Liberty International Airport 7.4%; LaGuardia Airport 7%; Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport at 5%) making the top 10 roundup.
Schiphol is Europe’s worst offender for cancellations, with 3.9% of all flights having been called off