Bangkok situation - KLM flights
Saturday 8, May 2010
Due to the current unrest in Thailand, the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs discourages non-essential travel to Bangkok.
If you have a ticket to or from Bangkok between 11 April and 14 May 2010, KLM offers the following options:
1. Change of travel dates
You may change flight dates for travel to or from (but not via) Bangkok free of charge. If you have a fully flexible ticket, you can do this yourself via Manage my Booking. Your journey should start no later than 15 June 2010. The original required duration of your stay may be unchanged.
The following conditions apply:
2. Change of destination
You may use the full value of your existing tickets to buy new tickets at the same or a higher AIR FRANCE, KLM and/or Delta fare. Rebooking and re-issuing of tickets must be done by the end of the day on Friday, 14 May 2010.
If you would like to rebook your ticket, KLM is happy to help. Contact them by telephone. Did you book your ticket via a travel agent? Please contact them to change your travel dates and/or destination.
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