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SK534 Delay: Compensation Entitlement

On occasions when your flight from LHR (London Heathrow Airport) to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN) is unexpectedly delayed, SAS Scandinavian Airlines is legally bound to offer compensation, depending on flight SK534’s exact circumstances. This requirement is guided by the EU 261/2004 Regulation.

Flight delay compensation rights for flight SK 534 can be a tricky thing to navigate alone when you arrive at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport - Franz Josef Strauß. File a compensation claim for a delayed flight against SAS through AirAdvisor for your best chance at an SK 534 reimbursement. And if you’re not sure whether your SK534 flight from London’s LHR Airport to Stockholm Airport qualifies, consult our SAS SK534 flight checker.


SK 534 Cancellation: Do you Qualify for Compensation?

Not many travellers would choose to be stranded at London Heathrow Airport. If this happens because your SK 534 flight was cancelled, it’s possible to qualify for compensation from SAS Scandinavian Airlines in the amount of 250€. This money is meant to ease the burden of the SK534 cancellation. 

Airlines, including SAS, don’t typically make it easy to claim this payout for flight SK 534. Increase your odds of a positive result for your LHR Airport to ARN Airport cancellation claim by partnering with AirAdvisor.

Compensation information for Flight SK 534 disruptions

SK 534 Compensation: Steps to Take and Passenger Rights

 Passengers’ rights for Flight SK534 by SAS

Flight SK534 Cancelled by SAS: Passengers’ Refund Rights

When you can’t travel from London Airport to Stockholm (ARN) International Airport because your SAS Scandinavian Airlines flight was cancelled, the airline is required to issue an SK 534 refund. Certain conditions apply, and AirAdvisor has lots of information regarding how to claim an SAS flight refund. You might even qualify for reimbursement for supplementary costs, like a London Heathrow Airport hotel room that’s needed due to the SK534 cancellation.


Flight SK 534 with SAS: From London Heathrow Airport to Stockholm Route Map

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Convenient AirAdvisor Flight Checker to determine eligibility

An Introduction to SAS

SAS, short for Scandinavian Airlines System, operates many domestic and international routes to at least 30 countries on 3 continents. As the national airline of Norway, Denmark, and Sweden, SAS has been carrying passengers since 1946. Now catering to up to 30 million air travellers annually, SAS has amassed a fleet totalling over 130 planes that take travellers to destinations in North America and Asia as well as throughout Scandinavia and Europe.

Heathrow: What You Need To Know

London Heathrow Airport is among the most frequented airports in the world, having served as a hub for international air travel since beginning operations in 1946. From air travel to cargo transport and tourism, the airport has grown exponentially over the years, accommodating more than 80 million flight passengers each year. As London’s largest airport, Heathrow offers four well-appointed terminals and two extremely efficient runways. Over 1,000 flights take off and land from here daily, going to and from all corners of the globe, from Australia to North America to Asia. Virgin Atlantic, and the flag carrier airline of the UK, British Airways, use Heathrow as a main hub, and in excess of 80 other airlines also provide routes to the airport.

Introducing Stockholm’s International Airport

Located 37 km from Stockholm Central Station and the city centre in Sigtuna, Stockhom-Arlanda Airport has been offering flights since the early 1960s. At the airport’s peak in 2018, it catered to nearly 27 million international and domestic passengers flying any of the 107 exciting routes available here. The airport offers flights throughout Europe as well as various intercontinental destinations, like North America and Asia. In all, more than 40 airlines take off and land here using Stockholm-Arlanda’s three runways. The modern terminals are all interconnected, and there are plenty of services, such as restaurants, bars, and stores, to keep you busy on a layover.


SAS SK 534 from London Heathrow Airport to Stockholm Airport Compensation: FAQs


How do I proceed when flight SK534 from London Heathrow Airport to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN) has a delay?

When you enter the terminal in Minuch, ask the SAS Scandinavian Airlines agents for the exact reason SK 534 was delayed. Then, the best thing to do is submit your risk-free compensation claim AirAdvisor. It’s risk-free because if your SK534 claim isn’t successful against SAS, we don’t charge a fee.


What type of compensation do I get if the SAS flight SK 534 arrived at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport 2 hours late?

If your flight SK534 only arrives at Stockholm (ARN) Airport 2 hours late, unfortunately, no compensation from SAS Scandinavian Airlines is legally required. On the off chance that your flight from London to Stockholm arrives 3 hours late or is cancelled altogether, you may be entitled to claim 250€ in compensation.


When my SK534 flight to Stockholm with SAS is delayed, what compensation can I claim?

Based on the EC 261 Regulation, you may qualify for compensation of 250€ for the disruption to your Stockholm travel plans due to the SK 534 delay.


What other ways is my SAS air travel from London Heathrow Airport (LHR) to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport referenced?

Expect to see this flight listed as SK 534/SK534 or SAS 534/SAS534.