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Compensation Guidelines When Your DL219 Flight is Delayed

A late arrival at John F Kennedy, USA (JFK) doesn’t have to be the end of the world. When your DL 219 flight misses its scheduled arrival time by more than 3 hours, you might be entitled to claim flight delay compensation through Delta Air Lines.

The UE 261 Regulation enacted in 2004 is helpful for journeys from Copenhagen (CPH) to New York (JFK) because it offers protection against these kinds of travel interruptions. Anyone who experiences a flight DL219 delay can check their eligibility using our free DL 219 flight checker since you need to meet certain criteria.

When it comes to getting payment from Delta for your delayed entry into New York, it’s not always easy. Let AirAdvisor direct you on the best ways to get DL 219 flight delayed compensation.


Compensation Guidelines When Delta DL219 Gets Cancelled

It’s never easy when Delta Air Lines cancels your flight to New York Airport (JFK). If this happens to your DL219 flight, don’t panic about being stuck at Copenhagen Kastrup Airport. Airlines like Delta are required to compensate you 600€ for DL 219 flight cancellations.

You might be worried about how to request a refund for a disrupted flight DL219, but that’s what AirAdvisor is here for. Know your rights when it comes to cancelled flights to Copenhagen Airport (CPH), and use us to help you with your flight DL219 cancellation reimbursement.

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Refund Obligations of the Airline when DL 219 is Cancelled

To keep things simple, it’s a legal requirement that Delta Air Lines covers the price of your flight to John F Kennedy, USA (JFK) from Copenhagen Airport (CPH) whenever your initial DL 219 flight is cancelled. Compensation from Delta also extends to other extra costs you might have because you’re stuck at Copenhagen Kastrup Airport, like hotels and meals.

Consult our guide on the flight DL219 flight cancellation refund process, so there won’t be any surprises later on.

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Delta Air Lines Intro

Established in 1925, Delta Air Lines is one of the world's oldest airlines and holds the distinction of being the flag carrier of the United States. With headquarters located in Atlanta, Georgia, Delta Air Lines is a founding member of the SkyTeam alliance, which helps passengers easily access destinations worldwide. As the second-largest airline in the world by passengers carried, Delta Air Lines commands an impressive fleet size of 915 planes and employs over 90,000 people globally. With nine hubs and over 5,400 flights each day, Delta Air Lines serves 325 destinations in 52 countries, making it a significant player in the airline industry.

Kastrup Airport: The Scoop

Located in the small town of Kastrup, Denmark, Copenhagen Airport is by far the country’s largest. In fact, it’s the busiest of all the Scandinavian airports. Featuring an annual passenger count of anywhere from 26 to 30 million, it helps travellers reach nearly 70 countries and up to 170 European, Asian, and North American destinations.  With three runways for efficient and on-time travel, Copenhagen Airport has proved itself as a key hub for international travel.

All About John F. Kennedy International Airport

John F Kennedy Airport (IATA: JFK) is the main airport in New York, located in Queens and opened in 1948. It boasts 26 kilometers of Manhattan and is the 13th-busiest airport in the United States. Over 90 airlines operate from its 5 passenger terminals and 4 runways, with American Airlines and Delta Air Lines using it as their hub. Despite its widespread popularity, it remains easily accessible with public transport. As of 2022, the airport has served a staggering 55,175,249 passengers and has witnessed 439,320 aircraft operations, making it a vital hub for the travel industry.

DL219 Delta Copenhagen Kastrup Airport to New York Flight Remuneration: Simple Answers to Your Common Questions


What are the steps when my DL 219 journey from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport to John F Kennedy, USA - incurs a delay?

The first thing to do is check with Delta the reason for the DL 219 delay. Do this as soon as you can once you land late in New York. Then, make a risk-free compensation claim to Delta Air Lines with AirAdvisor. You don’t pay a fee unless we win, so there’s no harm in seeking compensation from Delta. Given our experience, your chances are much higher of receiving DL 219 delay compensation when you partner with us.


My flight DL 219 arrived in New York from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport 2 hours late - what are my reimbursement options?

Only DL219 flights that are late by at least 3 hours will qualify for compensation for a flight delay, as dictated by EU law. Unfortunately, when your arrival at New York Airport is only delayed by 2 hours, although inconvenient, you wouldn’t meet the conditions to trigger EU Regulation 261 / 2004.


When my flight DL219 is delayed, what benefits can I claim?

Based on the UE 261 Regulation, if your Copenhagen (CPH) flight arrives more than 3 hours behind schedule at John F Kennedy, USA, you can claim 600€ from Delta using AirAdvisor’s help.


How else will I find my Delta Flight 2371 listed?

Aside from either DL 219 or DL219, you may also see this same flight listed as DLA 2371 or DLA2371 for the same route from Copenhagen Airport (CPH) to New York.