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is EayJet in the habit of cancelling flights ?

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I would like to take a mid day flight from Berlin to Amsterdam Sunday , July 21st.
The second flight on the same day is in the evening - not what I want.

Another option is taking a train, but more than six hours on the train is not my
" cup of tea". I know it takes time to get to and from airports, security..etc.
- still couple of hours shorter than the train ride.

Option three is train to Cologne...two nights in Cologne and train to Amsterdam from
there.

I have only taken EasyJet once before. Had flights canceled by Vueling and ( now gone)
Spanair in the past.

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