Unaccompanied Minors

Unaccompanied Minor Services – Let’s Make Flying a Better Experience For Your Child

Let’s face it. No matter how hard we try there comes a situation when we are forced to send our kids to far off destination in a flight. Such a situation when a child has to fly without any legal guardian accompanying him he is referred as “unaccompanied minor”. Such cases also require special attention which is mandatory for the mental calm and peace of mind for parents. However, different airlines have different rules and regulations regarding unaccompanied minors which include age, cost, flight considerations, and amenities. It is therefore important that one is aware of all the terms and conditions regarding unaccompanied minors policy of the airlines if he is planning to send his kid by an airline. Below is a list of airlines as well as a brief input about their unaccompanied minor’s policy.

Air Canada

Air Canada has made it mandatory for children between 8 and 11 years to procure unaccompanied minors service. For those children between 12 and 17 years this service is optional. The airlines debar children below 8 years to travel alone.

British Airways

British Airways has made it mandatory for children between 6 and 11 years old to purchase OpenSkies Solo Flyer service if they want to avail unaccompanied minor service. For children between 12 and 17 years old OpenSkies service is not mandatory. The airline debars children below the age of 5 years to travel alone.


JetBlue offers unaccompanied minor services to children between the ages 5 and 14 years. The airline debars children below 5 years from traveling alone.

Norwegian Air

For children between the ages 5 and 11 years, availing the unaccompanied minor services in Norwegian air is mandatory whereas for children between 12 and 15 years old, it is optional. The airlines prohibits children below 5 years from traveling alone.

United Airlines

It is mandatory for children between the ages 5 and 15 traveling with United Airlines to avail unaccompanied minor services. The airlines prohibits children below the age of 5 years from traveling alone.

Unaccompanied Minor Service Why Choose Us?

There are umpteen reasons to choose us when sending your child on a solo journey that needs a lot of reliability, trust and utmost care. Here is why you should choose our unaccompanied minor services.

Safety is Our Priority : For us child safety is top priority and non-negotiable. Your child is constantly under utmost care from departure to arrival.

Experienced and Trained Staff : Our experienced staff ensures that your child feels secure and supported throughout the entire flight journey.

Smooth Check-in and Transfers : Our hassle-free check-in process aims at minimizing any potential stress for the child.

Comfortable and Child-Friendly Atmosphere : We care for your child which is why we aim to create a child-friendly environment for the child.

Personalized Care Plans : We know that every child is unique and that is why our unaccompanied minor service offers customized care plans making travel comfortable.

24/7 Customer Support : Our customer service is available 24/7 to offer any assistance with any inquiries or concerns.

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Frequently Asked Questions – Airlines Unaccompanied Minor Services

The term unaccompanied minor services means that a child between the ages 5 to under 12 travelling alone on a flight. As airlines do not allow to travel children alone, patrons must avail the unaccompanied minor services provided by the airlines across the globe. Every airline's unaccompanied minor service slightly varies as per the individual airline’s policy.
Airline around the world offers unaccompanied minor services. To avail the service guardian needs to call the airline customer desk or agent from where the ticket was booked.
The child must have a proper passport with at least six months of validity. He/she must possess a valid visa to visit the country and a re-entry permit to his/her home country. The child must have required medical check-ups, and inoculations with proper paperwork for hassle-free travel.
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