SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) is mutually owned by Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The airline company, which has history back from the early 1900s, transports annually about 30 million passengers to 119 destinations worldwide. The airline is also one of Denmark's most preferred airline companies for travellers.
If your trip has been purchased through SAS, your chances for financial compensation are quite high if your flight is cancelled, delayed or you are denied to be boarded on flight.
As SAS is one of Denmark's most used airline companies, they also have a high flight disruption rate in Denmark.
If you have booked a trip through SAS, your chances for compensation are quite high if your flight is cancelled, delayed for at least 3 hours or if you are denied to be boarded on flight.
According to EU Regulation 261/2004 about air passenger rights, you can claim for compensation if your flight is cancelled, delayed for at least 3 hours or if you are denied to be boarded on flight.
The regulation applies to trips made within EU (including Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, etc.) and with airline companies that belong to these countries. As SAS belongs to this category, you may therefore be entitled to financial compensation.
Our experience shows that SAS is good at paying compensation for late and cancelled flights. Most often the SAS cases applied via Flycancel take just one month to finalise. For comparison, in cases with other airlines, such as Primera Air or Onur Air, it takes almost a year to finalise.
Respectively, it is easy to start a claim for delays or cancellations with SAS flights. Just make sure that you have a copy of your ticket. If you do not have a copy of your ticket saved, contact your travel agency or SAS and ask for it.
Please note that you can claim for compensation for the trips made with SAS which are up to 3 years old counting from today.
Claiming for compensation for your delay or cancellation with SAS has never been easier. It just requires you to go to www.flycancel.com. Here you can fill out the form on the front page and submit a copy of your ticket.
Then our team will overview your case and evaluate your right to compensation. If you are entitled to compensation, we will contact you and tell what you are entitled to and inform you about the case in general.
According to EU Regulation 261/2004 about air passenger rights, the amount to be claimed depends on whether it is a domestic or international flight and the distance between the starting and final destinations.