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What's the matter with the boy being chased on his own? Can 12-year-old children fly alone?

What's the matter with boys being chased by plane alone? Can 12-year-old children fly alone? For parents, they still have to do their duty of care! Recently, some netizens said that parents would give their 12-year-old children to virgin airlines for custody. They planned to fly from Shanghai to London, UK. Before taking off, the children were 'expelled' from the aircraft cabin by the crew and left alone at the airport Wait for your parents to pick it up.

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Netizens revealed that the boy was "ejected" by the crew alone

Recently, a microblog netizen, a professional tyre stamping bear lawyer, posted that one netizen said his 12-year-old son had been "kicked out of the plane by an irresponsible airline alone". The netizen had planned to let his son fly on Virgin airlines' plane from Shanghai to London for summer camp, and arranged a custody service for the airline in advance, according to the professional tire poke bear lawyer. According to the provisions of the service, the child can be taken care of by the flight attendants on the plane, and after arriving at the destination, the child will be delivered to the object designated by the parents. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

But virgin Airlines "evicted" the boy from the plane who had boarded the plane and sat in the seat, citing the excess number of children in custody, and asked the parents who had left the airport to come back to pick up their children. As an airline company, we should know the number of children who need to be entrusted when selling tickets, and it seems inappropriate to drive a child off the plane, said the lawyer who specializes in puncturing tire bears.

Some netizens commented that the incident was reminiscent of the previous incident that United Airlines violently drove the overbooked passengers off the plane, hoping that the incident could be dealt with fairly. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

Can 12-year-old children fly alone?

You can fly alone at the age of 12, but you need to be unaccompanied. Unaccompanied children must apply to the airline headquarters for unaccompanied children service, which cannot be applied with the ticket agency. Unaccompanied children must be escorted to the boarding place by their parents or guardians and be greeted at the off boarding place. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

When handling the procedures for unaccompanied children, the parents or guardians of the children shall fill in the "application form for unaccompanied children's boarding", which includes: Children's name, age, origin, destination, flight number, date, name, telephone number, address and other items of the sender and receiver. The airline ticket office will hand over the relevant telegrams and application forms to the passengers and agree on the place and method of handover at the airport. The parents or guardians of the children shall take the children to the airport and hand them over to the designated airline service personnel at the agreed time before departure.

Some airlines have a time limit on the procedures for unaccompanied children and a limit on the number of people on the same flight. For example, some airlines are limited to apply one week before the flight takes off, and some airlines are limited to apply three days before the flight takes off. For the transportation of unaccompanied children, different airlines have different routes, different flights, the ticket price, the number of passengers and the age of each flight are different. Please refer to the relevant airlines for details