Royal Netherlands Airlines KLM canceled at least 60 flights from Schiphol Airport this morning. Due to the intensity at Schiphol Airport, the travel organization company Corendon sent two planes to Rotterdam to land in Schiphol. Corendon stated that there will be no flight cancellations.
Long queues have been forming at Schiphol Airport since Saturday. The airport is experiencing difficulties due to the lack of personnel and does not seem to be able to find a solution to this problem in the short term.
That’s why airport management told airlines on Thursday that they should cancel next week’s flights and not take reservations.
Travel organizations, on the other hand, are furious at this request. Organization companies say that the airport is a victim of tourists, while Corendon and TUI state that they will not cancel their flights.
Transavia, on the other hand, stated that flight cancellations were made before, but now they will continue to fly in accordance with their schedule.
Transportation by train in the Netherlands is now more attractive
Interest in train travel in the Netherlands this summer is more intense than ever before. Previously, train prices were more expensive than airfares, but now it depends on timing, just like airline tickets.
Chaos continues in Schiphol: Microsoft employees come to support
Office workers of companies cooperating with Schiphol Airport will come to the airport for support in order to eliminate the crowds.
Big increase in electricity and natural gas bills expected in the Netherlands
The sharp rise in electricity and natural gas prices in the Netherlands is expected to cost households around 4,000 euros in the new year.
According to the Gaslicht energy price comparison portal, households that have signed an annual energy contract of 2,500 euros in 2021 will contract for 6,500 euros for use at the same standards this year. This means that in 2022, households will spend 2.5 times more energy than in 2021.
Gaslicht founder Ben Woldring tweeted: “Energy prices have been rising for the last 7 months. As the rise continues, the number of households that will have to cope with the burden will increase as well.” shared.
Martin Neef, the senior manager of Vattenfall, the largest electricity supplier in the Netherlands, said that they have no choice but to pass on the rising energy prices to their customers.
Wholesale electricity and gas prices tripled
In the news in the Dutch newspaper NU, the expectation that rising electricity and natural gas prices could triple the household bills was announced.
While 1 kilowatt-hour of electricity was 20 cents last year, it is predicted that it will be sold for 50 to 70 cents this year.
In the news, which included the predictions of the Netherlands National Budget Information Institute, it was stated that an increase is expected in the number of those who have financial difficulties due to rising energy prices in the country.
While the households pay their annual energy bills as a fixed amount through annual or multi-year agreements with energy bill distributors in the country, the amount of under- or over-use is recalculated according to the end-of-year usage.
Inflation and cost of living
After the war between Russia and Ukraine in the Netherlands, the increase in energy and food prices could not be prevented.
In the country, whose July inflation was 10.3 percent, it was announced that this was the highest monthly inflation since 1975.
The decline in purchasing power and the cost of living affect the Dutch tangibly.
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