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Air France Minor Policy.pdf

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Air France Minor Policy.pdf

  1. 1. www.airlinesminorpolicy.com Air France Minor Policy
  2. 2. AIR FRANCE MINOR POLICY Air France Minor Policy: Children between the ages of 4 and 17 are permitted to fly alone under the airline's unaccompanied minors policy when using the Kids Solo service. Your youngster will fly with a member of the airline staff who will be responsible for keeping an eye on them at all times. This post has addressed all the particular travel requirements, paperwork, and your child's vacation from booking to arrival. www.airlinesminorpolicy.com
  3. 3. How to book the Air France Unaccompanied Minor Service (Kids Solo) www.airlinesminorpolicy.com
  4. 4. You must inform people that your child is traveling alone, and tickets can be booked online, by phone (), in person at a ticket office, or through a travel agent. If you are making reservations for two children in different categories, you must make two separate bookings. The Handling Advice for Unaccompanied Minor form should be printed, completed, and two copies should be brought with you when you check-in. Although you can also fill out this form at the check-in desk, doing it in advance will save you time at the airport. www.airlinesminorpolicy.com
  5. 5. Regulations for Minors Traveling On Air France www.airlinesminorpolicy.com
  6. 6. A minor who is not accompanied by an adult over the age of 18 is considered to be traveling alone under the Air France minor traveling alone policy. If the child's mother, father, or legal guardian is traveling with them, they may be under the age of 18, and they are regarded as unaccompanied minors even if they are in the same cabin as you. Due to a constraint that precludes Air France from providing constant supervision, children traveling alone will not be admitted inside airport lounges. When necessary, Air France staff will guide and take care of children who are disabled or have limited mobility. Once you've secured a flight reservation, get in touch with the airlines to book the Saphir. www.airlinesminorpolicy.com

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