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Delayed or Cancelled Flight IB3214: How to Qualify for Compensation or Refund

If you arrive at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport and happen to see your flight IB3214 status: Delayed or Cancelled, don’t get upset - we are here to help. Learn your passenger rights below in case your flight IB3214 heading to Brussels was disrupted.
Iberia Airlines - IB3214 (IBE3214)
250 €
Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD)
Brussels Airport (BRU)
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Last Updated: May 22, 2023

A Delayed IB3214 Flight: Reimbursement

Flight disruptions at either MAD or BRU Airport are never fun. In cases when your IB 3214 journey is delayed arriving in Brussels, Germany, by more than 3 hours, Iberia Airlines has a legal obligation, based on the EU261/2004 Regulation, to provide remuneration. You do this for flight IB3214 by filing a compensation claim for a delayed flight with the airline.

If you are unclear about how to get flight delay compensation for IB3214, AirAdvisor has you covered. First, consult our free IB3214 flight checker to start the process. Let us help you deal with the Iberia red tape to increase the odds of a favourable IB 3214 delay claim outcome.


Compensation Qualification for an IB 3214 Flight Cancellation

Flight cancellations definitely impact your travel plans to Brussels. But if you’re stranded at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport and unable to land at Brussels Airport, don’t panic. It’s possible to claim up to 250€ for the disruption from Iberia Airlines to soften the blow. Although there are certain stipulations to this flight IB3214 payout, AirAdvisor makes it easy to sort through the Iberia cancellation claim process. We can answer all the questions you have relating to how to submit an IB 3214 cancellation claim.

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Reimbursement for Iberia IB3214: Passenger’s Rights and Process Summary

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Iberia Flight IB3214 is Cancelled: Passengers’ Right to Claim a Refund

In short, Iberia Airlines must cover the cost of your cancelled flight from Madrid Airport (MAD) to Brussels Airport (BRU). This is done as an IB3214 flight refund, and Iberia is also mandated to cover any supplementary costs, like a hotel stay at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, that you experience as a direct result of the IB3214 cancellation.


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Iberia Airlines - Pertinent Information

Since its 1927 creation, Iberia has emerged as a leading company in the airline industry. With a fleet of just 82 aircraft, it operates non-stop flights to upwards of 130 destinations on every continent except Antarctica and Australia. Although, by partnering with other international airlines, passengers can now use Iberia to get as far as Sydney. Iberia stands out for its routes to Latin American countries and the Caribbean, and its most sought-after international routes are to Bogota, Buenos Aires, and London.

All About Madrid’s Barajas Airport

As Madrid’s primary international airport, Madrid-Barajas gets its name from Spain’s first (and beloved) democratically elected Prime Minister, Adolfo Suárez. The airport is located in the northeastern part of the city and is well-connected to central Madrid by various means of transportation, including metro, bus, and taxi services. With four bustling terminals, Madrid-Barajas is one of the busiest airports in Europe, handling millions of passengers every year. The airport offers a range of facilities for passengers, including shops, restaurants, cafes, and duty-free stores. The airport’s lounges, meeting rooms, and business centres are useful for business travellers. Due to its reliability and efficiency, Madrid Airport is a popular choice among passengers visiting Madrid for business or leisure.

Brussels Airport - The Rundown

Brussels Airport is a bustling international airport located in the Flemish Region of Belgium. With a magnitude of 6.5 NM, it serves as the home base for Brussels Airlines and TUI fly Belgium, as well as the arrival and departure point for over 26 million passengers in 2019. Despite being the 24th busiest airport in Europe, with a record of 90,000 passengers on 29 July 2016, the airport maintains an impressive passenger flow. This hub of global travel employs over 20,000 people and is an essential part of Belgium's economy.


Answers to Common Questions Regarding Interruptions to Flight IB3214 from Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport to Brussels Airport

What are the recommended steps when my IB 3214 flight to Brussels Airport is delayed?

Always check with the Iberia Airlines staff on the ground what the specific reason was for the IB3214 delay. Next, you can submit your compensation claim with us totally risk-free.

My flight delay from Madrid to Brussels with Iberia was 2 hours. Can I get any compensation?

Since flight IB3214 didn’t incur the minimum 3-hour delay, in this case, you wouldn’t qualify for any compensation from Iberia Airlines.

How much money can I get when my IB 3214 flight is delayed arriving at Brussels Airport?

Remember that the minimum delay required on flight IB3214 is 3 hours. Provided this is the case, the UE 261 Regulation says that Iberia Airlines must pay you 250€, assuming the reason for the delay qualifies.

How else should I expect to see my Iberia flight IB 3214 referenced?

Typically, this flight from Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport to Brussels Airport / Franz Josef Strauß Airport is referenced as IB 3214 or IB3214. You can also see it as IBE3214 and IBE 3214.


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