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Yes. Passport or another kind of ID.
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they have to take there identity card to show what they look like and what there name is and so that the billeting officer knows where they come from and where they are …getting evacuated.
Children from birth need there own passport even travelling to the continent.
Any state issued ID or military dependant ID.
no they do not. http://www.dubfire.net/warner-tsa.pdf
yeah, bring their drivers license you idiot!
As long as it is domestic travel (within the U.S.) children do not need ID as long as they are traveling with an adult who can present ID. If the child is traveling alon…e and does not have an adult who can present a valid ID at check-in, then the child will need to provide ID. Any Government issued form of ID should suffice. I would recommend checking with the airline to be sure. This answer applies to air travel only.
alot of people would come to the conclusion that an infant would be eligable but in actual fact they pay witch i think is atrociuos.xx.good luck
yes if u are over the age o f16 but to make sure call an airline and ask them
According to the TSA Children do not need to show ID. http://www.tsa.gov/travelers/airtravel/screening_experience.shtm The items you'll need to present to a Tr…ansportation Security Officer at the checkpoint are: * Boarding pass * Identification (click here to see a list of acceptable IDs) We encourage each adult traveler to keep his/her airline boarding pass and government-issued photo ID available until exiting the security checkpoint (children are not required to show identification). If you do not have identification (if it is lost, stolen, etc.), you will be required to provide the document checking officer with some information to help verify your identity. This will slow down your screening process and will result in additional screening.
Just a regular photo ID from a dmv. Make sure you tell them its for air travel or you won't be able to get it until your 16.
Yes, all children of all ages, infants also, require a passport for international travel.
yes 15 year old child need id to fly.
You just require your kid's birth cirtificate if you are a valid US citizen.
no because what if they loose it and they cant get to were they want to go.
I would think not on the passport. All airports (to my knowledge) require an ID. Since you're going from one US state to another, I don't see the need for a passport. I'd call… your airline or travel agent just to be sure.
Same as adults, but check with the airline that you intend to travel with.