Research has found June is statistically the worst month to fly.
Analysis of Federal Government aviation statistics by finder.com.au reveal that June has the highest incidents of flight disruptions in Australia.
12,294 flights have been cancelled in June since 2010, compared to 11,183 in July over the same period.
Escape reports that the main reason being a higher frequency of fog during the winter months. Other months of higher cancellation rates include December and January thanks to an increase in summer storms.
Got a flight booked? Fortunately it's still a super low, 2.19 per cent of flights being cancelled during the month so you should still be fine to fly, drama-free.
This article originally appeared on 7Travel.