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A traveler sleeps on a baggage carousel at Midway Airport after flights were canceled during a snowstorm in the early morning hours of December 9, 2005 in Chicago, Illinois.
Just 69 percent of flights scheduled to leave from the city's smaller airport got off on time, the U.S. Department of Transportation said in its monthly report, released Tuesday.
O'Hare didn't fare much better. It landed in 26th place on the list, with 74 percent of its departures leaving as scheduled.
When it comes to arrivals, the government said 78 percent of flights arrived at Midway on time. For O'Hare, 76 percent of arrivals came in on time.