SAS is mutually owned by Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The airline company was established in the early 1900s. SAS transports 30 million passengers annually - to 119 destinations worldwide. The airline is also one of amongst the most preferred in Denmark
Your may be entitled to compensation, if you have travelled with SAS and you flight was overbooked, cancelled or delayed for 3 hours or more.
Despite their popularity, SAS flights get cancelled, delayed and overbooked from time to time – just like any other flight. Your chances of getting compensation are quite high, if your SAS flight has been cancelled, delayed for at least 3 hours, or if you are been denied boarding to your flight.
According to the EU Regulation 261/2004 about passenger rights, you can claim for compensation, if your flight is cancelled, delayed for at least 3 hours, or if you have been denied boarding to your flight.
The regulation applies to trips made within the EU (including Switzerland, Norway and Iceland). The regulation also applies to trips made with airline companies belonging to these countries. Therefore, you may be entitled to compensation, if you have experienced flight delays with SAS.
Our experiences show that SAS is quite good at paying compensation for delayed and cancelled flights. Cases against SAS are often finalized very quickly - compared to cases against other airlines. Most of our cases against SAS are completed within a month. Cases against Primera Air or Onur Air, on the other hand, may take up to one year to finalize.
It is easy to start a claim against SAS. Just make sure that you have a copy of your ticket. If you have lost your ticket, contact your travel agency or SAS and ask for a new copy of it. Please note that you can claim for compensation for trips made with SAS that are up to 3 years old
Claiming for compensation for your delay or cancellation with SAS has never been easier. Just visit www.flycancel.com. Fill out the form on the home page and submit a copy of your ticket.
Our team will review your case and evaluate your right to compensation. We will contact you and explain what you are entitled to and inform you about the case in general. According to the EU Regulation 261/2004 about passenger rights, the amount to be claimed depends on your final destination and the flight distance.