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Flight SK904 Trip Reimbursement for a Delay

In the event that you land at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport from Newark Liberty International Airport with a delay, you may have a right to claim compensation from SAS. This right for flight SK 904 is based on the UE 261 Regulation from 2004 and generally applies if your arrival at ARN Airport (not your departure from Newark Airport) is delayed more than 3 hours.

First, confirm if your SK904 journey from Newark to Stockholm qualifies for flight delay compensation from SAS Scandinavian Airlines using our free flight checker. Then, to significantly improve your chances of a successful SK 904 compensation claim, use AirAdvisor’s platform and expertise.


Flight SK 904 Trip Reimbursement for a Cancellation

A complete cancellation of your flight from Newark Airport (EWR) to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport may also qualify for compensation from SAS Scandinavian Airlines of 600€

This SK904 flight cancellation reimbursement from SAS is subject to terms and conditions, and there is no one better to assist you with the SK 904 claim process than AirAdvisor. When your flight travelling from Newark Liberty International Airport to Stockholm Airport leaves you stranded, we’re here to help.

Make a Compensation Claim with SAS for Delay When Landing at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport

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Flight SK 904 Cancelled: Your Right to a Reimbursement

Being grounded at Newark Liberty International Airport without a way to get to Stockholm because your flight SK904 is cancelled is frustrating. Legally, SAS Scandinavian Airlines needs to issue a refund for a cancelled SK904 flight to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. You may also qualify for reimbursement from SAS for associated costs, like hotel rooms, that are a direct result of the SK 904 cancellation.


Route Map from Newark (EWR) to Stockholm (ARN) for SAS Flight SK904


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Scandinavian Airlines - General Summary

SAS Scandinavian Airlines has over 25 million people fly with the airline each year, heading to worldwide destinations totalling well over 100. As Scandinavia’s main airline, Copenhagen Airport functions as its primary hub and helps hold a portion of Scandinavian Airlines’ 131 planes. SAS flights connect major cities in addition to more isolated areas throughout Scandinavia. Passengers book flights to European hotspots and major US, Canadian, and Asian cities as well. With efficient operations, comfortable seating options, and outstanding customer service, it’s no shock that SAS remains as popular as it is.

Newark Liberty Airport (EWR): An Outline

Newark Liberty Airport, located 7.2 km from downtown Newark and 14 km from Manhattan, serves as a major gateway for travelers visiting the New York area. First opening its doors in 1928, the airport now serves 50 carriers and is the second busiest airport in all of New York. With a bustling hub for United Airlines and FedEx Express, Newark Airport sees over 393,000 aircraft operations and more than 43.4 million total passengers annually, making it an important part of the region's transportation infrastructure. In addition, Newark Airport handles over 780,000 tons of cargo each year, showing the airport's impressive capabilities and global reach.

Stockholm Airport: The Ins and Outs

As the main airport connecting Sweden to the world, Stockholm Arlanda is a popular place to be. In fact, almost 27 million passengers visited the airport in 2018, and it’s not unheard of for Arlanda to have 16,000 flights in a single month.  This bustling international airport is among the hubs for carriers SAS and Norwegian Air Shuttles, and in all, 45 airlines fly to and from here. From local cuisine to duty-free shopping to useful services, it’s easy to spend time at Stockholm Arlanda.


Flight SK 904 Reimbursement for Trips from Newark to Stockholm: Answers to Common Questions


What process do I follow when flight SK904 to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN) experiences a delay?

Once you land at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, speak with SAS Scandinavian Airlines staff to confirm the exact reason why flight SK 904 had a delay. Armed with this information relating to flight SK904, head to AirAdvisor to file a risk-free compensation claim because there’s no charge unless you win.


What if my flight from Newark EWR to Stockholm ARN is 2 hours late? Can I claim reimbursement?

Since the required threshold for SK904 flight delay compensation is 3 hours, a 2-hour delay upon arrival at Stockholm Airport (ARN) would not qualify for any compensation.


What kind of payment can I expect to receive from SAS when flight SK904 has a delay?

When you meet the minimum 3-hour threshold, a flight SK 904 delay can qualify for payment of 600€ from SAS Scandinavian Airlines. This is based on EU Regulation 261.


How is this air journey from Newark Liberty International Airport to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport typically referenced?

This SAS flight may be noted as SK904 or SK 904. It may also be referenced as SAS904 or SAS 904.