VIENNA—UK LCC easyJet is taking steps to prepare for another summer of anticipated flight disruptions in Europe. “The only thing we know about the upcoming summer is that there will be further slot delays,” easyJet MD Thomas Haagensen told Aviation Daily. “However, we have been preparing ourselves for months now.” EasyJet has transferred 136 UK-registered Airbus A319s and A320s to its Vienna-based easyJet Europe unit. Those aircraft now bear the Austrian OE ...


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