According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China, China's flights hit record high on-time performance since 2010, reaching 80.13 percent last year, Xinhua reported.
The outcome came as the administration launched a special campaign in 2018 to improve the service quality and management in the civil aviation industry.
The on-time departures saw an 8.89-percentage point increase to 82.51 percent last year, and the flights were delayed 15 minutes on average, 9 minutes less than that in 2017, CAAC data showed.
With the paperless strategy, 225 million passengers enjoyed the convenience and saved 18.75 million hours.
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