Old Oct 24, 20, 7:58 pm
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Originally Posted by DominicB View Post
This is probably covered somewhere, but I couldn't find it, so forgive me asking a question which is probably not original...

I booked a ticket back in January for travel earlier this month. BA cancelled two of the four flights on the ticket, and were happy to give me a full refund. But the flights originated in the UK and I live in the USA and paid with an American credit card. As a result, while they refunded the full sterling value of the ticket, the difference in exchange rates means I have lost around $60 on the transaction. Can I do anything about this?
What if the FX rate had moved the other way, would you have been posting about what was easiest way to return the currency gain to BA?
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