Friday, September 3, 2004

Tristate summary



Delta on-time hits third-worst in July

Delta Air Lines flights were on time 72.9 percent in July, according to federal data released Thursday. Delta's rate in June was 68.1 percent. The July performance still ranked 17th or third-worst among the nation's 19 busiest airlines. Delta's Erlanger-based subsidiary Comair saw 73.3 percent of its flights arrive within 15 minutes of schedule, good for 16th nationally. All flights to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport had an on-time rate of 76.0 percent, ranking 18th best out of the nation's 31 busiest airports. The national on-time rate was 73 percent.

TANK picks ad, promotions firm

The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky has selected Intrinzic Marketing & Design Inc. to develop an advertising and promotional campaign. "Intrinzic demonstrated to us that they could not only develop a plan to accurately and strategically reach our target audience but that they could do so in a highly creative, cost-effective manner," said Kara Clark, TANK marketing manager.



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