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Delayed SK 844 Flight: Entitlement to Compensation

If departing from Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL) en route to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN) you are unfortunate to experience a late arrival, SAS Scandinavian Airlines is required to provide compensation for flight delays. This is based on Regulation EU EC261/ 2004, which states that indemnification must be paid if the delay in arriving in Stockholm exceeds 3 hours. 

If you are looking for compensation for your SAS flight SK 844, our team at AirAdvisor can assist you. Our free flight checker for flight SK844 is a useful tool for determining if you are eligible for compensation. 


Compensation Eligibility for SK 844 Flight Cancellation

If your SAS Scandinavian Airlines flight from Oslo Gardermoen Airport to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport SK 844 is cancelled and you meet the specific criteria for compensation, you may be able to claim up to 250€.

It is not uncommon for SAS to reject clients' requests for flight cancellation compensation when they do not have professional legal representation, but this is less likely with AirAdvisor claims.

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In the unpleasant event that your flight SK 844 is cancelled, SAS Scandinavian Airlines is legally obligated to compensate you for any additional costs (such as overnight accommodation in Oslo) directly caused by the disruption, as well as to grant your demand for a ticket refund from Oslo to Stockholm.

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Scandinavian Airlines - The Details

SAS Scandinavian Airlines provides an excellent air travel experience, flying to 120 destinations with an active fleet of 130 aircraft from its fleet base in Copenhagen. It is most popular for its international routes to places like Turkey, Spain, China, and the USA, plus its domestic routes in most areas of Scandinavia. Offering facilities such as online check-in, onboard Wi-Fi, and airport lounges, SAS continues to delight the 25 million customers who board its planes annually.

Oslo Airport: What Everyone Should Know

Oslo’s Airport, often called Oslo Gardermoen Airport, began offering flights in October 1998. Direct flights are widely available here to many Norwegian destinations, European cities, and major Asian and North American cities.  Annually, the airport is known to welcome up to 28 million travellers to its single terminal.  The airport has enjoyed steady growth over the years and partners with many international airlines to offer routes to approximately 40 countries.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport Highlights

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is Sweden's primary hub connecting the country with the world. It began operations in April 1962 and currently accommodates between 25 and 27 million air travellers annually. Its four passenger terminals offer all of the latest amenities in an area called SkyCity, with a host of excellent restaurants and shops. In all, 44 airlines provide connections to this Stockholm airport, and Arlanda Airport is a hub for Scandinavian Airlines. The most popular flights from this airport are within Sweden and to European cities in Spain, Germany, and the UK. With 107 total destinations, you can get just about anywhere from here.


Questions and Answers on Compensation for SAS SK 844 Flight from Oslo to Stockholm


If there is a delay with flight SK 844 from Oslo to Stockholm, what should you do?

AirAdvisor experienced team of professionals can help you submit a claim for compensation risk-free and advocate for your claim, including with SAS Scandinavian Airlines, after you required the airlines for reasons of the delay. Remember, you have nothing to lose because we operate on a No-Win, No-Fee basis.


Am I eligible for receiving compensation if my flight SK 844 landed 2 hours late at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport?

Unfortunately, under UE 261 Regulation from 2004, you are not entitled to submit a compensation claim if your flight SK 844 delays for less than 3 hours. However, if your flight is cancelled or has a longer delay, you may be eligible for compensation of up to 250€.


What is the amount of compensation I am eligible to claim for the delay of my flight SK 844?

A delay of 3 hours or more in your arrival at Stockholm gives you the right to claim a flight delay compensation of up to 250€ under Regulation EU EC261/ 2004.


What other terms can be used to refer to flight SK844?

This SAS flight can be referred to using any of the following designations: SK844, SAS844, SK 844, or SAS 844.