I've got some flights coming up with KLM, and have just received a notification that they have cancelled one of the flights and have moved me onto a different flight of theirs which departs at a much less convenient time.
They've offered me a refund on the flight if I choose to reject the changes.
The problem is that if I choose to try and book onto a more convenient flight with another airline, it will cost me significantly more given that prices have risen since I originally made my booking.
Do I have any right to compensation from KLM in respect of the extra charges incurred if I was to book the more convenient flight today, compared to what it would have cost me at the original time of booking, or do I just have to suck it up and be grateful that they're actually going to fly me to my destination in the first place?
The present Mrs Zx and I have booked an all-inclusive trip to Türkiye next month. The usual percentage-based tipping conventions probably won't apply, given the board basis, so do any of you who have been recently have any thoughts on tipping convention with regards to how much and when/how frequently?
Given how significantly the Lira appears to have tanked in the last 6-12 months, I'm loath to rely too much on older articles found online, which may be based on a more buoyant Lira than at present.
Is it just me that thinks that the continued appearance of Three's logo on Chelsea's shirts, despite their public announcement that they were terminating their commercial arrangements with the club, smacks a little bit of saying the right things for the sake of good PR, yet doing something else entirely?
I understand the argument that the sanctions on Chelsea/Abramovic would prohibit Chelsea from purchasing new shirts, but surely all that is needed is some strategically-positioned gaffer tape, similar to when West Ham's sponsor went bust once?
Or, if Three really don't want to be associated with the Russian state, couldn't they just donate some new unbranded kits to the club?