Madrid (EFE) failed.
As reported by Iberia, online check-in services are now also available through the website of both airlines, and at airports, automatic check-in and boarding also work without problems.
The first short-haul flights from T4 of the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport until 09:00 a.m. have operated with 95 percent punctuality, the Iberia group has indicated, which has reiterated its apologies to all customers affected by yesterday’s incident and thanked them for their understanding.
Thus, he explained that all areas of the company have worked “intensively” to restore automated billing and boarding and more than 400 volunteer employees went to different airports to attend to passengers and reduce delays while the incident was resolved.
The connectivity failure in Iberia’s systems yesterday caused delays at several airports and five flights had to be suspended, all of them originating in Madrid.