All airlines have rules and regulations about children travelling alone or unaccompanied by an adult. Some airlines will not allow children to travel alone under a certain age. Other airlines will not allow your children to travel alone without using their Unaccompanied Minor service. Most airlines will offer this service for older children if you require it.
Each airline will also have restrictions on which airports their service is available at and their own charges, so please check their website very carefully for details and booking conditions.
If you use an Unaccompanied Minor service, please ensure you have paid for the service BOTH WAYS (if required) and have completed the Unaccompanied Minor Information Form for each leg of the journey. Your airline will provide you with this.
Please see our Airline Unaccompanied Minor (UM) Policy Quick Guide
UM CONTACT INFORMATION
If you have booked an Unaccompanied Minor service with your airline, the name of the staff member collecting each individual student will be available 3 days prior to your child’s departure. Please contact us then to obtain this information to pass on to your airline. In the meantime you can provide your airline with the following information:
|NAME OF THE PERSON SUPERVISING THE COLLECTION OF YOUR CHILD (not actually at the airport)||Sanne Van Asselt, Operations Manager|
|EMERGENCY CONTACT ON THE DAY OF TRAVEL||+44 (0) 7787 383 880|
|HEAD OFFICE CONTACT||+44 (0) 1444 444 777|
|OUNDLE SCHOOL||+44 (0) 1444 444 777|
|SEAFORD COLLEGE||+44 (0) 1444 444 777|
|CLAYESMORE SCHOOL||+44 (0) 1444 444 777|
|CHARTERHOUSE||+44 (0) 1444 444 777|
ID, DOCUMENTATION AND VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR MINORS TRAVELLING ALONE
Each country also has specific requirements for children travelling without their parents or legal guardians in terms of written consent and ID. Please check this with your airline or embassy or consulate.