A "tracked" flight refers to a single end of a flight, e.g., a tracked arrival upon receipt of a confirmed gate arrival time, a canceled, or diverted notification and is displayed in the On-Time Performance Report or the OPS Award as a percentage of an airline's published flights.
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- Why I am seeing incomplete coverage in the Premium Analysis workbooks?
- How are Tracked Arrivals and Tracked Departures different from Tracked Flights?
- How do you define coverage and other fields such as flights, tracked, completion factor?
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- Why am I seeing discrepancies in the data represented in the free online monthly OTP report and within the Premium Airline Analysis workbooks?
- Why am I seeing discrepancies in the data between workbooks?
- Where can I find definitions of the data fields used in FlightStats Reports?
- What is Haul Classification?
- What is a Tracked flight?