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Minor Traveling with Grandparent

leslielhunt
New Arrival

Good Morning! I recently booked a flight for my mother and my daughter (age 9). This is the first time our daughter will be traveling with a non parent and they don't have the same last name. Is there any paperwork we need to complete prior to their travel. They are on the same itinerary.

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Re: Minor Traveling with Grandparent

TheMiddleSeat
Top Contributor
Solution

No ID or other paperwork is needed for minors flying within the United States.  You could write a letter that states you are allowing the travel just in case anyone questions it, but that would be highly unlikely.

 

--TheMiddleSeat

Re: Minor Traveling with Grandparent

ZevSupport
Active Member

Yep, exactly. The child may be asked, as well. But should be fine.


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