EasyJet files its entire schedule with us under the U2 code, regardless of whether the operating airline is EZS, EZY or EJU. We understand that this can cause some confusion, as the flights are published to the Easyjet website under the partner carriers, however our policy is to publish the schedules as we receive them and have confirmed the carrier wishes them to be processed in this way.
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