LCC easyJet has been ordered to compensate a passenger who brought a claim against the airline for “unreasonable” ticket cancellation charges. Adam Rubens had booked a ticket to Tel Aviv in December 2013, but elected to cancel the flight half-an-hour later. The airline charged Rubens a total of £135 to cancel the £306 he paid for the flight, and the extra fees. The charges amounted to a £60 flight cancellation fee and a £17 credit card charge. easyJet also retained the £38 baggage fee and £20 seat allocation fee. The judge rejected easyJet’s claim that it was entitled to the

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