Allegiant Airlines Minor Policy
Sending kids alone on a voyage may be a frightening issue, especially for parents. Sometimes, parents may not have enough time to accompany their kids on their travel planning because of office meetings. Whether it is your kid’s vacation to their granny’s house or you are planning to let your kids chase their travel dream, well, in that case, you can rely on Allegiant Air’s Minor Policy. Allegiant’s unaccompanied minor policy is strictly for children over 15 years of age.
What is Allegiant Minor Travel Policy for Children under 2 years?
Allegiant Airlines has categorized children under the age of 2 years as infants. So, they can’t travel on their own. Special supervision is required for children under 2 years. A birth certificate or other identification denoting birthdate is required and the child must be accompanied by an adult ticketed passenger who is at least 15 years old.
What is Allegiant Minor Travel Policy for Children between 2 and 14 years?
Child passengers within 2-14 years of age traveling on an Allegiant Airlines flight must carry a birth certificate or other identification denoting birthdate. The child must have their own seat and seating in the exit row is prohibited as per FAA regulations. Also, the child must be accompanied by a fare- paying passenger who is at least 15 years old.
What is Allegiant Minor Travel Policy for Children between 15 and 17 years?
Children who are between 15 and 17 years of age and are traveling alone with Allegiant flight booking must also carry a birth certificate or other identification denoting birthdate. They must have their own seat and may fly without an adult companion.
What is Allegiant Minor Travel Policy for Children over 18 years?
Passengers over the age of 18 years are considered adults and they can travel alone. They must have their own seat and carry a government-issued photo ID with them.
Allegiant Airlines Minor Policy FAQs
What are the booking options for children under twenty-four months of age?
Allegiant Airlines provides two booking options for children under the age of twenty-four months on the date of travel. These are –
- Either as a ticketed passenger seated in an FAA-approved car seat or.
- As a lap child sharing an adult’s seat on the same reservation.
You will be given an option of travel preference when you enter the child’s date of birth on the home page search widget. Allegiant advises children of all ages to travel safely by purchasing an airline ticket and using an FAA-approved car seat. Age proof is required for lap children.
What kind of photo identification is required for children?
All passengers over the age of two (2) must sit in their own seat, according to the FAA. Allegiant may request a certified copy of a birth certificate as proof of age for children under the age of twenty- four (24) months, upon request. All passengers over the age of eighteen (18) must present government-issued identification to the TSA. If a passenger appears to be over the age of eighteen, they should carry proper identification. Allegiant requires all passengers under the age of 18 to provide proof of age who are flying alone.
Can I bring a carry-on bag if I am carrying a stroller and a purse too?
Yes, you may bring one carry-on bag and one personal item in addition to necessary medical and assistive devices (including strollers), food for consumption en route, a small umbrella, one jacket or coat, and/or a diaper bag. However, there is a carry-on bag fee that must not exceed the maximum carry-on bag size.