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My 12 year old is travelling with a group including (2 non-parent chaperones) what can she use for ID
It depends on the airline and where she is travelling. From a TSA standpoint to travel domestically anyone under 18 doesn't need ID although its best for her to bring one if she has one (government or school issued ID card, passport, birth certificate- copy is fine, etc) as it can prevent delays in the event of a question about her age. To travel internationally she needs a valid passport and if applicable a visa. ID wise, airline rules mirror the TSA rules for the most part. In terms of her travel companions, the airline (or customs officials for international travel) may require a notarized letter or have an official form to be filled out by the parents or permanent guardian granting the child permission to travel with someone other than them. You would have to consult the airline or relevant immigration authorities to see if these or any other requirements apply in your case.
When I purchased my ticket on one of your airlines for my son who is 12 and me i wrote my sons nickname instead of his birth name can he get through security if his name dont match birth certificate name or do I have to call airline and change his name on ticket?
12 year olds don't need ID to go through security.
I have a 5:15 AM flight on United Airlines 7/4/2017. What time should I arrive at TSA checkpoint - what time will it open ?
What airport?
Hi, we are travelling to philadelphia airport from manchester England and then flying to dayton. How long should we leave to get through security and customs.
You need at least 90 minutes, preferably closer to 2 hours.
I have read that in May there were horrific security line problems at airport and many people missed their flights. We are going from AMS to EDI on July 6 in late afternoon. Realistically how early do we need to be at the airport - we are checking luggage.
can i fly domestic with a mexican consular card issued by the mexican consulate in Kansas City, Ks
No, a Mexican consular ID is not considered valid ID by the TSA. You need to either get a state ID or use your Mexican passport.
My Son lost his ID in the airport. Do you have a lost and found?
This is not any airport's website.
Why would I pick a random airport forum yo ask a question? Like I said my son was flying out of Oregon Friday and lost his ID. Can you help me or not?
You bring up a valid point. Why would you pick a random forum to ask your question? Yet you did it, so you're the only one who can answer that question. Even saying Oregon doesn't help too much as Oregon has several airports and we have no idea which one you are talking about. You may have better luck if you contact the airport rather than asking on a random forum. As a general rule though, yes, most airports have a lost and found. Again, you would have to contact the airport to inquire about a specific item.
MFR Rouge valley international.... you wrote all that off the subject be trying to be a smart ass and still didn't answer my question. You could have given me the number for all the airports lost and found instead of a lecture. Who made you all the go to people?
How much time is needed to get through security at terminal 1 FCO ?
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My daughter is visiting Ny and has lost her wallet. Need to know what she will need for us to clear security on her return flight