Can a 15 year old go on a plane alone?

Children traveling aloneFor safety, we require children age 5 – 14 traveling alone to use our unaccompanied minor service. This service is optional for children age 15 – 17, but if requested, then the fee applies. The unaccompanied minor fee is $150* each way, plus applicable taxes†, in addition to the ticket price.

Are you allowed to travel at 15?

Children younger than 16 can still legally travel unaccompanied, but there are usually specific rules and procedure that need to be followed. Not all airlines will accept unaccompanied children younger than 14 years on their flights.

Can a 15 year old travel alone?

What is the minimum age to travel in flight?

Under 5 years – 'Flying Solo' service is unavailable; however, the child MUST travel with someone over the age of 18 years. 5–12 years – 'Flying Solo' service is available, and child can travel on all flights.

What ID does a minor need to fly alone?

Proof of age in the form of a birth certificate or other form of valid identification for the child is required upon check-in at the ticket counter in order to travel as an Unaccompanied Minor.

What ID does a minor need to fly Southwest?

Original or photocopies of government-issued identification (e.g., passport, birth certificate, government-issued photo identification card) are the only acceptable forms of proof of age. Electronic screen shots, phone images, or immunization records are not acceptable.

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