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How to Claim a Refund or Compensation When Flight BA460 is Cancelled or Delayed

If you arrive at the London Heathrow Airport and happen to see your flight BA460 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight BA460 heading to Madrid was disrupted.
British Airways - BA460 (BAW460)
250 €
London Heathrow Airport (LHR)
United Kingdom
Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD)
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Last Updated: April 28, 2023

Flight BA460 Delayed: Your Compensation

Let’s say that your flight to Madrid leaving from London Heathrow Airport encounters an unexpected delay. If that’s the case for your flight BA460, don’t fret. You can submit a compensation claim for a delayed flight with British Airways, provided certain conditions apply. The main stipulation is that flight BA 460 has to be a minimum of 3 hours late landing at MAD Airport. 

AirAdvisor knows the ins and outs of applying the EU 261 / 2004 Regulation to the delay of flight BA460. Try our convenient (and free) British Airways BA 460 flight checker to check your eligibility.


British Airways Flight BA 460 Cancelled: Getting Compensation

London Heathrow Airport is definitely not a fun place to be stranded due to an British Airways cancellation. What airport is? To make things a little easier after an BA 460 flight cancellation, depending on your situation, you may qualify for reimbursement of up to 250€ from British Airways.

It’s much trickier to make a flight BA460 compensation claim when you go it alone. That’s why AirAdvisor, who is used to dealing with British Airways trip interruptions, is your perfect partner.

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Refund Claim Entitlement when Flight BA460 is Cancelled Completely

When you purchase a ticket on British Airways BA460 for a trip from London LHR Airport to Madrid, and the flight is cancelled, British Airways must issue a refund for the cancelled flight. You might also qualify for extra compensation for costs due to the BA460 cancellation, like a hotel room near London Heathrow Airport.

You’ll find even more refund information.


Flight BA460 via British Airways: London (LHR) to Madrid (MAD) Route Guide

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Who is British Airways?

Commonly known as BA, the UK’s British Airways hosted a little over 44 million flight passengers aboard its 280-plane fleet in 2019 alone. With hundreds of available routes and based at London’s Heathrow, BA connects the England capital with the entire world. Flying to six continents, 75 countries, and over 200 individual destinations, it’s no wonder that British Airways remains a popular choice for travellers.

Describing London Heathrow

Earning the title of the United Kingdom’s most-used airport, Heathrow generally needs no introduction. Popular with 89 airlines and averaging 75 million annual passengers, Heathow is the most common international entry point to the UK. Once here, passengers can link to destinations throughout 6 continents and almost 90 countries, and the most frequented routes from here include Dubai, Los Angeles, New York, and Madrid.

Madrid’s Adolfo Suárez Airport: The Summary

Among the continent’s largest, Madrid’s main airport is usually a hub of activity. This massive airport serves numerous worldwide destinations and many major international airlines, including Iberia, Qatar Airways, United Airlines, and British Airways. In 2019, its busiest year, the airport transported north of 60 million flight passengers, involving an impressive 350,000+ total aircraft movements. With four bustling terminals and access to nearly 65 countries, Madrid Airport shows no signs of slowing down.


British Airways BA460 Trip from London to Madrid Compensation: FAQs

What do I do when my BA 460 flight to Madrid from London Heathrow Airport is delayed?

The minute you step off the British Airways plane in Madrid, ask the airline staff the reason why flight BA460 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 BA 460 trip delay claim, using us is completely risk-free.

What kind of compensation can I get if the British Airways flight BA460 arrived at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport 2 hours late?

Unless the delay arriving at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is at least 3 hours, there is no British Airways compensation requirement. But, if your BA 460 flight arrives 3 hours late or is cancelled and you never leave London Heathrow Airport, then the potential exists to claim 250€ in compensation.

How much compensation am I owed by British Airways for the delay of flight BA 460 departing from London?

According to the UE 261 Regulation from 2004, you may be entitled to 250€ to compensate you for the inconvenience of the flight BA 460 delay.

What alternate ways is this British Airways flight from London Heathrow Airport to Madrid referenced?

Look for BA460/BA 460 and BAW460/BAW 460.


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