I booked flights for my two 14 year old children Singapore/London on BA. They have made this trip unaccompanied several times the last being a week ago. BA official policy is: Children travelling alone
We have two changes impacting young flyers that came into effect from 1 May 2018.
The minimum age of a person permitted to travel alone on British Airways is now 14 years of age. This applies to all new bookings made from 1 May 2018. Bookings made before 1 May 2018 are unaffected.
If the young flyer is accompanied by someone who is aged 16 or over (on the same or a linked booking), British Airways will still allow them to travel.
All young flyers aged under 16 and travelling alone must complete a parental/guardian consent form before travel, regardless of when the booking was made. The form is available to download here. A copy of the parent/guardian's current passport (or other form of photographic identification showing a signature) must be attached to this form.
Having spent endless time logging in and booking the flights Zuju does not follow procedure unless the children are 16 years old. Why? This is contrary to the airline's own policy
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