Reviewed by a licensed lawyer Anton Radchenko.
Last Updated:

Flight AC 825 Delay of Trip Compensation

Let’s assume that you arrive late from Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport to Toronto Airport on flight AC825. What recourse exists to claim flight delay compensation from Air Canada? Subject to a minimum 3-hour delay in arriving at Toronto Airport (YYZ), Air Canada is legally obligated to provide compensation for the AC 825 flight delay due to the EU 261/2004 Regulation.

Unsure of your compensation entitlement from Air Canada? Use AirAdvisor’s free AC825 flight checker to confirm. Plus, AirAdvisor is the ideal partner when you claim compensation for a flight delay against Air Canada. Benefit from our experience to increase the odds of a favourable AC825 claim result.


Flight AC825 Trip Cancellation Repayment

No one enjoys having their flight from Madrid (MAD) Airport to Toronto (YYZ) Airport cancelled. In cases when flight AC 825 never gets off the ground, it may entitle you to a 600€ payout from Air Canada.

When flight AC 825 is cancelled, getting Air Canada to honour their legal obligation for your Madrid to Lester B. Pearson International Airport can be challenging. That’s why AirAdvisor’s multitude of experience with cancelled flights like AC 825 is an asset you want in your corner.

 Submitting your Lester B. Pearson International Airport Flight Delay Compensation Claim Against Air Canada

AC825 Travel Compensation: Your Rights as a Passenger and Process

Know Your Air Canada AC825 Passenger Rights

Cancellation of Flight AC825: A Passenger’s Entitlement to a Refund Claim

Stuck at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport due to an AC825 cancellation? You should expect a refund from Air Canada. The airline is legally required to provide a refund in case of cancelled flight AC825, which was supposed to take you to Lester B. Pearson International Airport. Supplementary expenses, like the cost of Madrid Airport (MAD) overnight accommodation, may also be reimbursed by Air Canada.


Route Outline from MAD (Madrid) to YYZ (Toronto) of Air Canada Flight AC 825


Useful Tips to Get Compensation for AC825 Flight Disruptions

AirAdvisor has a Free Claim Eligibility Checker Tool for Flight AC825

Introducing Air Canada

Air Canada is not only the largest airline of Canada but also one that has made a name for itself with its award-winning services and innovative approach. The airline, founded in 1937 and headquartered in Montreal, prides itself on continually modernizing its fleet. With a fleet size of 353 (including subsidiaries), it offers more than 1,613 flights daily to over 220 destinations. As a member of the Star Alliance, Air Canada has a strong presence in the global aviation industry. Its success is a reflection of the dedication and hard work of its over 35,000 employees who help maintain its reputation as a leader in the aviation industry.

Madrid Airport: A Snapshot

Since 1931, Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas (MAD) Airport has been a leader in air travel. Now expanded from its more humble beginnings to include four terminals, the airport has the capability to handle up to 65 million customers annually. Located just 20 minutes from lively central Madrid, this major international travel hub partners with 90 airlines to offer a staggering 800 intriguing route options. From here, passengers can travel throughout Europe, to Africa, Asia, and the Americas on one of the 800 flights that depart and land daily.

An Outline of Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ)

Toronto Pearson Airport, located in Ontario, is Canada's busiest airport that covers an impressive 4,613 acres. Just 22.5 km from Downtown Toronto, it boasts 5 runways, 2 passenger terminals and is a hub for Air Canada. With over 75 airlines operating flights to more than 180 destinations, Toronto Pearson's connectivity is unmatched. The airport sees around 1,250 daily departures, serving over 12.7 million passengers in 2021. With these impressive statistics, it's no wonder Toronto Pearson Airport takes pride in being a top-class international airport in North America.


Flight AC825 Compensation for Trips from Madrid Airport (MAD) to Toronto Airport (YYZ): FAQs


How does the process work to claim compensation when my AC 825 flight to Toronto Airport experiences an unplanned delay?

Upon landing at the Airport in Toronto, head immediately to the Air Canada representatives and ask them to confirm exactly why flight AC825 experienced a delay. Then, proceed to file a risk-free compensation claim for AC 825 with Air Advisor. It’s risk-free because if you don’t win, you don’t pay a fee.


When my AC825 flight arrives at Toronto Airport 2 hours behind schedule, what can I claim?

The minimum required flight AC 825 delay threshold is 3 hours in order to be eligible to receive flight delay compensation. A Lester B. Pearson International Airport arrival delay of only 2 hours wouldn’t trigger any compensation. 


What amount of remuneration should I expect to get from Air Canada when flight AC825 encounters a delay?

A minimum 3-hour delay can entitle you to a 600€ payment from Air Canada due to the UE 261 Regulation.


In what ways is my Air Canada flight from MAD (Madrid Airport) to YYZ (Toronto Airport) typically referenced?

The iterations include ACA825/ACA 825 and AC825/AC 825.