An unaccompanied minor is defined as a child traveling without a parent, guardian or another trusted adult the child knows. The age limit for this minor is generally 5-11 with some suppliers extending the age to 15. This type of travel has been on the rise prompting travel suppliers to establish rules and fees to accommodate these unaccompanied minors. Some will allow children to have connecting flights while others will allow older children to accompany smaller children without the unaccompanied minor status. Check with the specific travel carrier to get details on their unaccompanied minor travel rules and fees. And keep in mind that all passport and visa restrictions will apply.
And that’s your MJST Prep School Lesson for the Week
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