French court fines easyJet for turning back disabled passenger

By

Satff of the British low-cost carrier cited security problems when they prevented wheelchair-bound Joseph Etcheveste, 55, from boarding a flight in Biarritz in south-west France in 2010.

Reading articles is for subscribers only. Subscribe now.

A French court on Thursday fined British low-cost airline easyJet 60,000 euros for having refused to allow a disabled passenger to board for “security” reasons, reprots The Guardian.