Endeavor Soars Past Performance Record with More Than 50 Straight Days of Perfect CCF
On Saturday, April 23, Endeavor Air announced that it had wrapped up 50 straight days of 100 percent Controllable Completion Factor (CCF). This stretch of perfect performance soared past the regional carrier’s previous record of 43 days, 18 hours, between controllable cancellations – a cancelled flight due to crew or maintenance related issues – which was set on February 11, 2016. The 50 day streak saw Endeavor successfully complete more than 27,900 consecutive flights between its Bombardier CRJ-900 and CRJ-200 fleets. As of the time of submission this article, the streak was still going.
Additionally, Endeavor recently announced plans to expand service in New York City by opening CRJ-200 crew bases at JFK and LGA. These bases will provide important regional service connecting Delta customers to their mainline flights. Endeavor will ramp up these new bases later this summer.
Endeavor is the world’s largest operator of CRJ-900 aircraft, with 81, and will continue to increasing its CRJ-200 fleet to more than 60 aircraft through the end of 2016. To learn more about Endeavor or to apply to join this stable, reliable, and growing airline, please visit http://www.EndeavorAir.com.