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    Would my 3 year old son need a passport to travel from Newcastle to Dublin on an airplane?

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    i would imagine so as Ireland is not part of UK

    yes, he would need a passport even if you were flying within the UK as most (if not all) airlines insist on a passport as ID. mydaughter needed one to fly from cardiff to edinburgh

    the rule would be the same as if he's flying to germany.

    you need to check the carrier's website, as terms and conditions vary. some let under 12s go without a passport as long as the flight is within the EU.

    No he doesn't as long as he is travelling with an adult.
    if you wanted to go to any other country he would need one. but Ireland and the UK have special agreements and it is not like travelling to another EU country (where he would need to have or be on a passport)

    are you travelling ryanair?

    if so see this

    ryanair.com/sit…oid second part

    Photo-ID for children under 16 years is not required for:
    Children travelling with an adult between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland or domestic flights within either the United Kingdom or Ireland.

    I would recommend checking the website of the airline you are flying with

    ciaozammer;2545885

    No he doesn't as long as he is travelling with an adult.if you wanted to … No he doesn't as long as he is travelling with an adult.if you wanted to go to any other country he would need one. but Ireland and the UK have special agreements and it is not like travelling to another EU country (where he would need to have or be on a passport)are you travelling ryanair?if so see thishttp://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/faqs.php?sect=pid&quest=photoid second partPhoto-ID for children under 16 years is not required for:Children travelling with an adult between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland or domestic flights within either the United Kingdom or Ireland. I would recommend checking the website of the airline you are flying with


    personally i wouldn't risk not having one for my kids, just in case....

    Maybe he can use a driving licence, is he travelling alone? Why not send him on a boat? if he is small then post him over

    Eggon;2546087

    Maybe he can use a driving licence, is he travelling alone? Why not send … Maybe he can use a driving licence, is he travelling alone? Why not send him on a boat? if he is small then post him over



    lol

    I would, we had to have one to go to Scotland with our 5 month old daughter from Heathrow with BA its a safety measure just to show you have documentation for the child you have in your care. You wouldn't want someone obducting a baby and then there be uproar because they were able to fly in the UK unhindered.

    I would not risk not having one. Get a passport for him. My nephew needed a passport from Dublin to Liverpool.

    I had to produce a passport for my 3 year old on a southampton to liverpool flight
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