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Looking to fly from Aberdeen - Yarmouth. would be looking to go week 25th Jan Can my 3 yr old fly on her Full original birth certificate? I have passport Partner has Full UK Driving License Read More
jazferbetay Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Looking to fly from Aberdeen - Yarmouth. would be looking to go week 25th Jan

Can my 3 yr old fly on her Full original birth certificate?

I have passport
Partner has Full UK Driving License
jazferbetay Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
no she cant-only photo id is accepted even on internal uk flights-you need a passport for the 3 yr old
#2
ask the airline....:?
#3
your partners driving licence wont be acceptable on most airlines either im afraid-passport or government issue id card with photo.
#4
barky
your partners driving licence wont be acceptable on most airlines either im afraid-passport or government issue id card with photo.



he used it last year to go to Norwich with his work, and that was used for identification
#5
i think the driving license will be ok if it is a photo one - we fly domestic flights on ours. Your little one will need photo id tho' - its daft - we had to get our little one a passport at a month - and she is 4 now so is nothing like the baby phot - the same happened with our 9 year old !
#6
Great Yarmouth or Yarmouth IOW?

Either with Flybe as they operate Inverness-Southampton or Glasgow-Norwich.

Otherwise from ABZ it's BMI Or Eastern Airways to NWI.
#7
jazferbetay
he used it last year to go to Norwich with his work, and that was used for identification



yep-I did say MOST airlines wont take em anymore,some do tho but I would check-I can say for absolute certain that no airline will let your daughter fly on a birth certificate tho.
#8
Infants and children

easyJet does not accept unaccompanied minors under the age of 14 for travel. Children under 14 years of age cannot travel unless accompanied by a person aged 16 years or older who will take responsibility for the minor.

Special ID requirements

Children under 16 years of age travelling on UK, Italian, Spanish, or French domestic flights can travel without photo identification provided that they are travelling with an accompanying adult.

Children under 15 years travelling to the Czech Republic may travel on a parent’s passport provided they are travelling with the passport holder. Children aged 15 years and older are required to travel on their own travel documents.


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Acceptable forms of photographic ID

Please see below what we accept as forms of photographic ID.

British or Irish customers under the age of 16 who are travelling with an adult on the same booking do not need photographic identification to travel to/from the Republic of Ireland but it is advisable that they have some form of identification for example a birth certificate, bus pass or student ID.

Acceptable forms of photographic ID include:

* Valid passport
* Valid photographic driver's licence
* Valid photographic EU/EEA or Swiss national identity card
* Valid armed forces identity card
* Valid police warrant card/badge
* Valid airport employees security identity pass
* Valid business photographic ID (Dublin only)

If you are making an e-ticket booking for someone other than yourself, the traveller will need to present an acceptable form of photographic ID at the Check-in Desk.
#9
but thats talking about flying to or from repulic of irland
#10
we use flybe for domestic flights within the British Isles and they accept a photgraphic driving licence-but i suppose the real answer is to check the T&Cs of the fliers you are thinking of using-maybe they are all different.
#11
jazferbetay
but thats talking about flying to or from repulic of irland


i take it you didnt see the quote from easyjet!!!!

do you really think travelling within the UK is likely to be stricter than travelling to ROI?

thats grattitude for ya:thumbsup:

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