Osaka Itami Airport (Japan) – A higher percentage of flights arrive and depart on time at Osaka Itami than any other airport in the world. Click through the gallery to find the other leading airports and airlines for punctuality.
airBaltic (Latvia) – Latvian low-cost carrier airBaltic has been named the world's most on-time airline for the second year in a row. Serving Europe, it has a punctuality average of 94.39%.
Copa Airlines (Panama) – Panama's flag carrier ranks second in the world for airline punctuality, with 91.69% of flights taking off close to schedule.
Azul (Brazil) – Established in 2008, low-cost carrier Azul is Brazil's third largest airline. It's the world's third most punctual.
Japan Airlines – Japan Airlines, or JAL, is one of two Japanese carriers to make the top five on-time list. OAG senior analyst John Grant attributes Japan's success in the punctuality ratings partly to the cultural importance placed on timekeeping in Japan.
All Nippon Airways (Japan) – Just behind JAL's punctuality score of 90.44%, compatriot Japanese carrier ANA comes in with a score of 89.65%.
Tokyo Haneda Airport – Travel analysis company OAG compiles annual figures on aviation punctuality. It says Tokyo Haneda is the leading large-sized airport for on-time travel with an average of 91.25% flights sticking to within 15 minutes of schedule.
Munich International Airport – Southern Germany's Munich International takes second place for large-airport punctuality. It's the only major European airport to make the top 10.
Sao Paulo Guarulhos (Brazil) – Ranking third in the large-airport punctuality table, Sao Paulo Guarulhos is one of a number of timekeeping success stories for South America's aviation sector.
Minneapolis-St. Paul – Heavy U.S. Midwest winters don't seemed to have impacted punctuality at Minneapolis, where 85.27% of flights stick to schedule, ranking it the world's fourth most on-time large airport.
Sydney Airport – Australia's busiest, Sydney Airport handles more than 35 million passengers annually. It ranks fifth in the world for large-airport punctuality.
Copenhagen Airport – Copenhagen is named by OAG as the world's most punctual medium-sized airport, scoring an average of 88.53%.
Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport – Of the three airports that serve the Russian capital, Sheremetyevo is the best performer when it comes to punctuality. It's also the second-best medium airport in the world when it comes to on-time flights.
Helsinki Airport (Finland) – Proof again that cold, snowy winter climates are no impediment to sticking to schedule, Helsinki is the third most punctual medium-sized airport.
Brisbane Airport (Australia) – Australia's third busiest airport is the world's fourth most on-time medium-sized hub according to OAG's audit.
Salt Lake City International Airport – Utah's chief aviation hub is the only U.S. facility to make the top 10 medium-sized airport punctuality list. With a score of 87.93%, it's fifth in the world.
Brussels South Charleroi – After Osaka Itami, Belgium's Brussels South Charleroi is the world's second most punctual small airport, and the second of any sized airport worldwide -- a position it also held last year.
Panama Tocumen International Airport – Panama City's main air hub is a new entry in the punctuality league, taking third place in the small airport list. An average 92.6% of flights arrived and departed on time from here in 2015.
Stavanger Airport, Sola (Norway) – The world's fourth most on-time small airport, Norway's Stavanger also claims to be Scandinavia's only airport to produce its own honey.
Bergen Airport (Norway) – The second Norwegian destination to make the small-airport list, Bergen's 90.91% of on-time flights earns in fifth place.