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Compensation Eligibility for SN 3727 Flight Delay 

If your Brussels Airlines SN 3727 flight from Brussels Airport (BRU) to Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD) experiences a delayed arrival, you may be entitled to flight delay compensation. According to Regulation EU EC261/ 2004, Brussels Airlines is required to provide indemnification if the delay upon arrival in Madrid exceeds 3 hours.

Do you want to know if you can get compensation for your Brussels Airlines flight SN 3727? Allow the AirAdvisor team to assist you with our free flight checker for flight SN3727, which can determine whether you meet the compensation criteria. 


SN 3727 Flight Cancelled: Your Right to Compensation

If your Brussels Airlines flight, SN 3727, from Brussels Airport to Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is cancelled, you may be eligible for a refund of up to 250€, as long as your flight meets the specific requirements.

When our clients try to resolve the issue without legal help, they frequently complain that Brussels Airlines rejects their requests for flight cancellation compensation. This situation is less likely to occur with AirAdvisor claims.

 Demand compensation for the delayed arrival of Brussels Airlines at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport

Flight Delays and Cancellations: Your Passenger Rights and What You Should Do 

 Delayed or cancelled Brussels Airlines flight SN3727 how to proceed

Flight SN 3727 has been cancelled, entitlement to a refund

If Brussels Airlines cancels your flight SN 3727, they are required by law to honor your request for a refund of a ticket from Brussels to Madrid, as well as compensation for any additional expenses caused directly by the disturbance (such as a night accommodation in Brussels).

Find out more about flight SN3727 refund.


See Brussels Airlines's SN3727 flight from Brussels to Madrid on this route map


Trip disruptions on Brussels Airlines - getting compensation

What are your options for compensation if your Brussels Airlines flight is delayed or cancelled

Brussels Airlines - Leading Belgian Airline

Brussels Airlines is the largest airline in Belgium, based at the bustling Brussels Airport. As a member of the Lufthansa Group and the Star Alliance, they offer flights to over 85 destinations. With a fleet of 41 aircraft, the airline employs over 3100 dedicated professionals to ensure a smooth and safe journey for their passengers. Having been founded in 2006, Brussels Airlines has quickly established itself as a leading airline in Europe, providing exceptional service and quality to travelers around the world.

A Look at Brussels Airport

Found just 10 km outside its namesake city in Belgium, Brussels Airport is a bustling international hub that covers more than 1,200 hectares. It has 3 runways and one terminal, and the airport is known to welcome upwards of 26 million people annually. Although Brussels Airport doesn’t come close to topping the list of Europe’s busiest airports (it’s 24th), it can still move between 50,000 and 90,000 daily passengers. Despite its large size, Brussels Airport is known for being efficiently designed to handle passenger flow, making it a top choice for international travel in the region.

Madrid Barajas - The Airport’s Facts

Adolfo Suárez Airport is the primary international commercial air hub in Madrid. It is located just 12 km from the city centre and ranks fifth in terms of passenger volume of all the European airports. It’s not uncommon for Madrid Airport to host north of 60 million annual flight passengers. The airport’s named for an inspirational Prime Minister called Adolfo Suárez, the post-Franco successor, serving his country from 1976 to 1981. The airport was originally known as Barajas Airport, but it was renamed upon his death in 2014 to commemorate Suárez's contributions to Spanish democracy. As a hub for travel to and from Europe, Latin America, North America, and Africa, it has four modern terminals and is served by nearly 100 airlines. For convenience, the airport offers free Wi-Fi throughout the terminals, and for transportation, two metro stations, a large bus station, and a train station are all available to whisk passengers around the city.


Compensation for the Brussels Airlines SN 3727 Flight from Brussels to Madrid: Questions and Answers


What should be done if flight SN 3727 from Brussels to Madrid is delayed?

Inquire with Brussels Airlines about the reason for the delay and submit a claim for compensation risk-free. AirAdvisor team can help you in asserting your claim, even against Brussels Airlines. We operate under a No-Win, No-Fee approach, so there is no risk for you.


Can I still claim compensation for my flight SN 3727 upon its arrival at Madrid Airport due to a delay of 2 hours?

EU 261/2004 Regulation offers the possibility of compensation for a delayed flight of up to 250€ only for delays longer than 3 hours on flight SN 3727, or in the situation of cancellation.


How much can I receive in compensation for the delay of my flight SN 3727?

EU Regulation 261/2004 guarantees you compensation for a delayed flight of 250€ if your arrival in Madrid is delayed by 3 hours or more.


What other labels can flight SN3727 have?

You are looking at the same flight from Brussels Airlines if you see SN3727, BEL3727, SN 3727, or BEL 3727.