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Jet passengers charged over £100 to correct typos on tickets

20 May 2011

Passengers are being charged more than £100 to correct simple spelling mistakes on plane tickets.

New research shows even a small typing error in someone’s name will incur a hefty extra charge.

Monarch and easyJet both charge a flat fee of £100 per person per ticket for a name change. But it could cost people even more for a mistake with bmibaby, easyJet, Jet2 or Flybe, says ‘Which? Travel’.

It’s the latest example of the rip-off surcharges imposed by airlines who are facing an ‘Office of Fair Trading’ probe into complaints about debit and credit card fees.

source: Mirror

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