Reviewed by a licensed lawyer Anton Radchenko.
Last Updated:

Flight IB6252 Trip Reimbursement for a Delay

In the event that you land at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport from John F Kennedy, USA with a delay, you may have a right to claim compensation from Iberia. This right for flight IB 6252 is based on the UE 261 Regulation from 2004 and generally applies if your arrival at MAD Airport (not your departure from New York Airport) is delayed more than 3 hours.

First, confirm if your IB6252 journey from New York to Madrid qualifies for flight delay compensation from Iberia Airlines using our free flight checker. Then, to significantly improve your chances of a successful IB 6252 compensation claim, use AirAdvisor’s platform and expertise.


Flight IB 6252 Trip Reimbursement for a Cancellation

A complete cancellation of your flight from New York Airport (JFK) to Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport may also qualify for compensation from Iberia Airlines of 600€

This IB6252 flight cancellation reimbursement from Iberia is subject to terms and conditions, and there is no one better to assist you with the IB 6252 claim process than AirAdvisor. When your flight travelling from John F Kennedy, USA to Madrid Airport leaves you stranded, we’re here to help.

Make a Compensation Claim with Iberia for Delay When Landing at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport

IB 6252 Travel Reimbursement: My Passenger Rights and the Process to Follow

My Iberia IB 6252 Passenger Rights

Flight IB 6252 Cancelled: Your Right to a Reimbursement

Being grounded at John F Kennedy, USA without a way to get to Madrid because your flight IB6252 is cancelled is frustrating. Legally, Iberia Airlines needs to issue a refund for a cancelled IB6252 flight to Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport. You may also qualify for reimbursement from Iberia for associated costs, like hotel rooms, that are a direct result of the IB 6252 cancellation.


Route Map from New York (JFK) to Madrid (MAD) for Iberia Flight IB6252


Useful Compensation Tips for Flight IB 6252

Use the AirAdvisor Free IB 6252 Claim Eligibility Checker

A Brief Look at Iberia

Iberia Airlines’ fleet has 82 planes, and it ranks among the leading airlines in Europe, and after Veuling, it is the largest airline in Spain. With multiple daily flights to over 130 cities in almost 50 countries, Iberia Airlines offers great value and convenience to its customers worldwide. Millions of air passengers book with the airline annually, and over the years, Iberia’s passenger volume has increased from 15 million in 2012 to just over 22 million people in 2019. Popular for many reasons, among them are its punctuality, comfortable planes, and significant route network.

Summary of John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

John F Kennedy Airport, located in Queens and opened in 1948, is a hub for both American Airlines and Delta Air Lines. With over 90 airlines operating from its 5 passenger terminals and 4 runways, it is the 13th-busiest airport in the United States. Although it is 26 km away from Manhattan, it is easily accessible by public transport. In 2022, the airport served a staggering 55,175,249 passengers and saw 439,320 aircraft operations. With its impressive statistics and convenient accessibility, John F Kennedy Airport is a worthy contender for both domestic and international travel.

Madrid–Barajas Airport At A Glance

Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, positioned 15 km from the centre of Madrid, is the main international airport of Spain. It began operation in 1931 when the first flight arrived and is currently the main hub for flagship airline Iberia and the low-cost carrier Air Europa. This airport connects over 60 million people annually, resulting in it being the fifth most popular airport in Europe in terms of passenger volume. It offers direct flights to more than 60 domestic and international destinations and routinely welcomes major airlines such as Air Canada, Delta, American Airlines, Air China, and British Airways. The airport boasts four passenger terminals served by rail and bus networks, making this a very useful transport hub.


Flight IB 6252 Reimbursement for Trips from New York to Madrid: Answers to Common Questions


What process do I follow when flight IB6252 to Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD) experiences a delay?

Once you land at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, speak with Iberia Airlines staff to confirm the exact reason why flight IB 6252 had a delay. Armed with this information relating to flight IB6252, head to AirAdvisor to file a risk-free compensation claim because there’s no charge unless you win.


What if my flight from New York JFK to Madrid MAD is 2 hours late? Can I claim reimbursement?

Since the required threshold for IB6252 flight delay compensation is 3 hours, a 2-hour delay upon arrival at Madrid Airport (MAD) would not qualify for any compensation.


What kind of payment can I expect to receive from Iberia when flight IB6252 has a delay?

When you meet the minimum 3-hour threshold, a flight IB 6252 delay can qualify for payment of 600€ from Iberia Airlines. This is based on EU Regulation 261.


How is this air journey from John F Kennedy, USA to Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport typically referenced?

This Iberia flight may be noted as IB6252 or IB 6252. It may also be referenced as IBE6252 or IBE 6252.