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Flight SK1464 Delayed: Your Compensation

Let’s say that your flight to Oslo leaving from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport encounters an unexpected delay. If that’s the case for your flight SK1464, don’t fret. You can submit a compensation claim for a delayed flight with SAS Scandinavian Airlines, provided certain conditions apply. The main stipulation is that flight SK 1464 has to be a minimum of 3 hours late landing at OSL Airport. 

AirAdvisor knows the ins and outs of applying the EU 261 / 2004 Regulation to the delay of flight SK1464. Try our convenient (and free) SAS SK 1464 flight checker to check your eligibility.


SAS Flight SK 1464 Cancelled: Getting Compensation

Copenhagen Kastrup Airport is definitely not a fun place to be stranded due to an SAS Scandinavian Airlines cancellation. What airport is? To make things a little easier after an SK 1464 flight cancellation, depending on your situation, you may qualify for reimbursement of up to 250€ from SAS.

It’s much trickier to make a flight SK1464 compensation claim when you go it alone. That’s why AirAdvisor, who is used to dealing with SAS Scandinavian Airlines trip interruptions, is your perfect partner.

 Submit your claim for a delay on SAS SK1464

SK1464 Flight Compensation: Passenger Rights and Steps

 My rights for Flight SK 1464 by SAS

Refund Claim Entitlement when Flight SK1464 is Cancelled Completely

When you purchase a ticket on SAS Scandinavian Airlines SK1464 for a trip from Copenhagen CPH Airport to Oslo, and the flight is cancelled, SAS must issue a refund for the cancelled flight. You might also qualify for extra compensation for costs due to the SK1464 cancellation, like a hotel room near Copenhagen Kastrup Airport.

You’ll find even more refund information.


Flight SK1464 via SAS: Copenhagen (CPH) to Oslo (OSL) Route Guide

Compensation tips for a disrupted SAS journey

Use this AirAdvisor Checker to Verify Your Air Travel Claim Eligibility

Brief Info About Scandinavian Airlines

Scandinavian Airlines, typically known as SAS, traces its beginnings back to the late 1940s. Today, SAS has evolved to have an annual capacity to take almost 40 million people to destinations spread over 32 countries. The Scandinavian Airlines fleet contains 131 aircraft that shuttle passengers to North America, Asia, and within Europe. As the flag carrier air company for Sweden, Denmark, and Norway, SAS has a long-standing commitment to serving as a reliable transportation service in Scandinavia.

An Outline of Copenhagen Kastrup Airport

Transporting an average of just over 20 million air passengers annually, Copenhagen is the main airport for the metropolitan area of Copenhagen and Sweden’s Malmo. Once called simply Kastrup Airport due to its location in a small town, Copenhagen Airport’s code is CPH. Less than 10 km from central Copenhagen, travellers can get here easily by car, train, bus, and metro. In all, Copenhagen Airport welcomes planes from more than 60 airlines and offers service to the rest of Europe, Asia, and North America.

Learn the Ins and Outs of Oslo Airport

In 1998, Oslo Gardermoen Airport started accepting commercial flights, and it is now the main (and busiest) airport in the country. Each year, it serves over 25 million passengers with hundreds of flights to destinations around the world. It offers a variety of amenities for travellers, including restaurants and duty-free stores, as well as a large selection of ground transportation options. Oslo Airport is around 50 km from Oslo Central Station, and taking the train only takes 20 minutes.


SAS SK1464 Trip from Copenhagen to Oslo Compensation: FAQs


What do I do when my SK 1464 flight to Oslo from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport is delayed?

The minute you step off the SAS Scandinavian Airlines plane in Oslo, ask the airline staff the reason why flight SK1464 encountered a delay. After that, submit your risk-free compensation claim with us. AirAdvisor operates on a no-win, no-fee basis, so for your SK 1464 trip delay claim, using us is completely risk-free.


What kind of compensation can I get if the SAS flight SK1464 arrived at Oslo Gardermoen Airport 2 hours late?

Unless the delay arriving at Oslo Gardermoen Airport is at least 3 hours, there is no SAS Scandinavian Airlines compensation requirement. But, if your SK 1464 flight arrives 3 hours late or is cancelled and you never leave Copenhagen Kastrup Airport, then the potential exists to claim 250€ in compensation.


How much compensation am I owed by SAS for the delay of flight SK 1464 departing from Copenhagen?

According to the UE 261 Regulation from 2004, you may be entitled to 250€ to compensate you for the inconvenience of the flight SK 1464 delay.


What alternate ways is this SAS flight from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport to Oslo referenced?

Look for SK1464/SK 1464 and SAS1464/SAS 1464.