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If your young adult (aged between 12 and 15 years) will be travelling on their own, please contact your local British Airways office to make the booking. Our partner airlines may have different regulations, age limits and charges so please check with them directly.
Children under 12 years of age cannot travel alone on British Airways flights. They must be accompanied by an adult aged 16 or over.
Some countries' immigration departments require additional documentation for all children travelling into, out of or transitting their country. The extra documentation that you may require varies depending on the country, so please make sure you have everything you need before you travel.
The IATA Travel Centre can advise you what documentation is required for each country. Just make sure you use the date of birth of your child to ensure the extra requirements are displayed.
Italian nationals up to and including the age of 13, when leaving Italy and travelling with someone other than their parents or legal guardian, must hold their own passport and a completed 'Dichiarazione di Affido', a document signed by both parents in front of a police officer. Only adults who are 18 years and over can be nominated as legal guardian.
The 'Dichiarazione di Affido' can only be obtained from the local Police Department (Questura), excluding airport police offices, Italian Embassy or Consulate.
Romanian state law requires that all Romanian national children up to 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult of 18 years or over.
The South African Immigration department has recently amended the requirements for children under 18 years of age travelling alone, whether travelling into, out of or transitting through South Africa. The requirements have undergone regular amendments, so please ensure you check with your local South African High Commission to ensure you have the correct paperwork for when your child is due to travel.
Always check with the relevant country authorities for the latest information.