Travelling with children and their baggage is regulated by each airline therefore we advise you to check their conditions. The regulations depend on the age of the child. We’ve prepared a summary of basic information.
If a child aged between 5 and 12 years is not accompanied by a person aged 15 or over, he is transported as “unaccompanied child”. In this case, there must be handed in written confirmation on a special form that the child will be accompanied to the flight departure by a legal guardian and a guardian will collect him in final destination.
The confirmation is required when booking a flight for an unaccompanied child. It is required for infants up to 6 months to have a medical certificate of air travel suitability. For further information on forms, we recommend you to contact your airline directly.
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An expectant mother must submit a medical certificate from her gynaecologist that the pregnancy is complication-free and therefore she is able to fly. Pregnant women are accepted for carriage until the end of 36th week of pregnancy.
From 34th week of pregnancy, in case of pregnancy with complications, multiple pregnancy and if any known deviations from normal pregnancy a medical certificate which is not older than 1 week is required. In this case the transport is provided at the woman’s own risk. For further information and forms, we recommend you to contact your airline.
In download section, you’ll find documents of Travel Service.