What Age Can Kids Fly Alone?


Under 5: Children cannot travel alone.

 

Airtran: Children 5 to 11 years of age will be accepted only on nonstop or direct flights (flights with one stop but no change of planes) between their origin and destination.

 

American Airlines: Children 5 to 11 years of age will be accepted only on nonstop or direct flights between their origin and destination.

 

Delta: Children 5 to 7 can travel on non-stop flights only. Children 8 to 14 may travel on nonstop and direct flights only.

 

Jet Blue: Children 5 to 14 may travel unaccompanied on nonstop flights.

 

Southwest: Children 5 to 11 years of age will be accepted only on nonstop or direct flights between their origin and destination.

 

Spirit Airlines: Children 5 to 14 may travel unaccompanied on nonstop flights.

 

United: Children 5 to 11 years of age will be accepted only on nonstop or direct flights between their origin and destination.

 

US Airways: Children 5 to 14 may travel unaccompanied on nonstop flights.

 

Virgin America: Children 5 to 14 may travel unaccompanied on nonstop flights only.



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18 Dec 2013


By Boston Parents Paper
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