delay rate

delay rate

In commercial aviation, the number of delays per 100 scheduled departures. It is a measure of airline punctuality.
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The route from Gimpo to Jeju Island is already saturated and that is why we have a high delay rate," a Jin Air spokesman said.
In a context of weak growth and weak demand, the Fed will probably be forced to delay rate hikes even longer.
Lowman said uncertainty over the recovery worldwide as well as in the United States could delay rate hikes even further to September.
As monetary conditions remain tight, we think the BSP can afford to delay rate hikes, he said.
Global Banking News-September 4, 2015--Stock correction would not delay rate increase, says Fed official
On the negative side, there is risk that relaxation of the fiscal deficit target will delay rate cuts by the Reserve Bank of India.
Which would delay rate hikes, and, if the resulting slowdown itself weren't too onerous, clear the way for gold to beat an upward path again.
US Central bank expected to delay rate hike after global peers unleash stimulus
Bank policymakers could afford to delay rate increases due to the current environment of low inflation, which dropped to a five-year low of 1.
The statement said : 'After joining in a productive bipartisan meeting with my Florida colleagues last week, I am encouraged by the House vote today to delay rate increases on homeowners in 2014 and will continue to pursue conservative solutions for those affected by unreasonable rate increases last year'.
said today, "We are making important progress on the Senate side to fix this problem," that is, indefinitely delay rate increases imposed through Sec.