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IS THERE AN AGE LIMIT ON INTERNAL FLIGHTS

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
JUST WONDERED IF ANYONE KNOWS WHEATHER THERE IS AN AGE LIMIT ON INTERNAL FLIGHTS , IM THINKING OF BRINGING MY NEPHEW DOWN FROM BIRMINGHAM TO NEWQUAY HES ONLY 13 YRS OLD BUT HE WOULD HAVE TO COME ON HIS OWN
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
I don't think they allow it.
I know another thing too, EasyJet will only allow 2 infants per adult onto planes,least inland flights anyway.
What airline were you thinking of sending him on?
#2
I think all the airlines have their own rules about things like this.
#3
I take it this is the new route that Flybe have opened?
#4
most airlines are 16, or some even 18
#5
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.

this what EasyJet say,I would think its unlikely they allow it,you need chekc who you want to book with etc.
#6
I think with flybe the parent/guardian just needs to sign a form saying that they are allowed to travel, and you are signed for at every stage if under their Unaccompanied Minors scheme but i cant be certain. You are classed as an adult if over 12 with flybe. If the child doesn't have a form of photographic ID you will need to contact the the flybe customer call centre for advice.
#7
I wanted to fly to London when I was 15 with one of my aunts but they wouldn't allow me unless it was my mother :|
#8
its bmi baby or flybe
#9
Mum2Connor&Cerys
I don't think they allow it.
I know another thing too, EasyJet will only allow 2 children per adult onto planes,least inland flights anyway.
What airline were you thinking of sending him on?

its bmi baby or flybe
#10
AHHH Turn caps lock off! lol
#11
bargainman
its bmi baby or flybe


You need go to their sites and read the restrictions regarding children,it will state. I've gotta go out soon so can't look for you now,but I'm sure you find it yourself.
#12
Think it varies from airline to airline
#13
FlyBe will allow him to fly but BMI Baby won't:

FlyBe
Children aged between 6 and 11 years 364 days are eligible to be carried unaccompanied on Flybe. services. Because these passengers have special requirements, we are required to check flights when bookings are made, to ensure that we do not carry more than our regulations allow per flight.

In addition, we also will require at the time of booking, the name, address and contact number of the person taking the child to the departure airport and also that of the person collecting the child at the destination. Please also advise at the time of booking any special needs / requirements which the child(ren) may require.

Bookings for unaccompanied children can only be made through our dedicated number 0871 700 2000 or 0044 1392 680073 for anyone calling from outside the UK.

Please note: You cannot book unaccompanied children using the online booking system and have the details changed via the customer call centre. If you choose to book this way, the difference between the online fare and the call centre fare will be collected at the time of your call.


BMI Baby
No unaccompanied minors will be accepted, this includes children under 14. Children under 14 years of age will only be accepted if accompanied by a parent, guardian or an adult aged over 16 years, who can take responsibility for the child. All travellers over 14 years of age must have official photographic identification. Children up to 14 years of age who are still on their parents passport are permitted to travel with their parents but are required to show additional identification and their birth certificate.


Hope this helps.
#14
Mum2Connor&Cerys
You need go to their sites and read the restrictions regarding children,it will state. I've gotta go out soon so can't look for you now,but I'm sure you find it yourself.

thanks for the offer anyway , its nice to know that theres people who are prepared to spend there own time on others.
#15
Wobbud
FlyBe will allow him to fly but BMI Baby won't:





Hope this helps.

i think this answers my question thanks very much.....

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