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How old do you have to be to travel on an airplane alone?
* Children ages 5-7 years can only fly on nonstop or direct flights with no change of planes. * Children ages 8-14 years can fly on nonstop or connecting flights, but may not connect to other airlines, with the exception of Delta Connection carriers (excluding AA Eagle) and Air France. * Children 15-17 are not required to have unaccompanied service but we will provide it when requested. * An unaccompanied child can not be booked on the last connecting flight of the evening. This is to prevent the need for an overnight stay in a hotel.
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Sure...BUT it's best to tell "reservations" about her/his age so they are prepared. The youngest a child can travel alone is 12. (USA) Once you are there, you (or someon…e else) will have to walk him/her to the ticket counter and stay with them until they are ready for the plane--they recommend this, but you really don't have to, with some airlines. (ticket reservations will tell you all you need to know when you make the reservation) Make sure to tell them her/his age. Actually, the rules vary by airline and route, but some airlines will accept unaccompanied minors ("UMs") down to age 5. Check with the carrier you plan to travel on, but be aware that there is almost always an additional charge for this service. ANSWER It does depend on the airline you travel with. Law states recommended age not legal age. the final decision is to the airline to decide. this can though depend on what country you are travelling fro and two as the law may state diffrent. Your best way to find out is phone the airline you plan to ttravel with. ANSWER (parental permission letter) You might need a written permission from both parents (or other legal guardians) to show the checkin staff - especially if the parents are divorced. This is to prevent kidnapping and/or runaways. In Italy, you have to get this permission notarised at the city hall - don't know about other places. ANSWER You would really need to check with the airline. Some take UM's with charging for a chaperone, but some low cost airlines will only accept someone 16 or over. ANSWERUsually OK for some airlines but sometimes not. You have to check with the airlines you will travel with. You can check on the airline's website or contact the airline's office which provide lots of detail. May be you can check on the websites that has traveler's opinion that can help you make a decision. It's also depends on airlines and the country. If that person is traveling at the age of 18, that person is an adult.
Answer id card go to your motor vehicle place and ask for a picture Id card.
Yes a 16 year old can travel to Paris alone-as long as they have their passport or other documentation. If they are going with a school group or friends the passport is all th…ey will probably need. If it is to visit a non-custodial parent they might need a letter stating that the custodial parent is giving the child permission to travel without them.
Most Airlines require you to be 13+ to travel by yourself. Children under the age of 13 have to be accompianied through security, onto the plane, and through security at your …destination. This can either be done with a Parent/Guardian or a registered child escort. It's advisable to check with the airline.
Answer Yes. You can set it up with the airlines. they will allow you to bring your child to the gate and stay until she gets on the plane. You can also have so…meone at the destination doing the same. The flight attendants will watch over them on the plane.
This is due to the fact that Aluminium is just not strong enough on its own so is turned into an alloy (metals mixed together) in this case it would have a majority of Aluminu…m. And also it would not be completely rust proof so a galvanised layer is added to preserve the alloy underneath.
yeah but if he's travelling with younger kids he can't supervise them unless he's over 16
Yes. Statistically speaking it is the safest mode of common travel.
Copper is too soft and weak.
Different planes travel at different speeds. They range from aprox. 280 mph to 2200 mph. Here's a record chart. Insect. Australian Dragonfly 36 mph (58 km/h) n/a . Bir…d (level flight). Red-Breasted Merganser 80 mph (129 km/h) n/a . Bird (dive). Peregrine Falcon 217 mph (349 km/h) in a 45Â° dive n/a . Autogyro. WA-116F 120.5 mph (193.76 km/h) 18 September 1986 . Rotorcraft. Westland Lynx 249.10 mph (400.55 km/h) 11 August 1986 . Biplane. Fiat CR42B 323 mph (520 km/h) 1941 . Piston-Powered Seaplane. Macchi MC72 440.68 mph (709.21 km/h) 23 October 1934 . Piston-Powered Aircraft. Grumman F8F Bearcat 528.33 mph (849.55 km/h) 21 August 1989 . Turboprop-Powered Aircraft. Tupolev Tu-114 545.07 mph (876.47 km/h) 9 April 1960 . Jet-Powered Flying Boat. Beriev M-10 566.69 mph (911.24 km/h) 7 August 1961 . Jet-Powered Aircraft. Lockheed SR-71A 2,193.16 mph (3,326.60 km/h) Mach 3.3 28 July 1976 . Rocket-Powered Aircraft. North American X-15A-2 4,520 mph (7,274 km/h) Mach 6.72 3 October 1967 . Winged Vehicle. Space Shuttle Columbia on re-entry ~ 17,000 mph (27,340 km/h) Mach 25 14 April 1981 . Manned Vehicle. Apollo 10 capsule on re-entry ~ 24,790 mph (39,885 km/h) Mach 36 26 May 1969 . Interplanetary Vehicle. Voyager 1 ~ 38,600 mph (62,070 km/h) launched 5 September 1977 . Manmade Object. Helios 2 ~ 150,000 mph (241,350 km/h) 17 April 1976
I think tht u can be any age above 12 cause like i want to travel to las vegas when i was 12 and i kept on searching what to do but if i cant go to las vegas i rather go to ca…lifornia or florida so pretty much 12 and up
if they fly unacompinied minor they can, it is just an extra fee. Children under 15 (14?) cannot fly alone unless unacompinied minor, and 15-18 is optional.
15 years old
not if the 15 year old is travelling within the USA, but as soon as he or she leaves the USA for Mexico, Canada or any part of the world Yes, then a passport is vital some cou…ntries will also require a visa before you enter.
Yes, 15-year old are allowed to travel alone by bus. Daily many millions of pupils (age 6+) around the world have to take a bus to get to their schools and back home.
Yes, they can if they have a passport. My neice was 15 when she traveled alone from and back to the US
I HATE travelling through airplane. Perhaps travelling with ryanair. First you have to wait hours before your gate number comes up. And then when you get on the plane they try… to sell you the most expensive things on earth which you could get in the supermarket for about 1/2 that price!