Minors

The identification requirements of minors may be different from those of an adult passenger. For this reason, we recommend that you have all the documentation and/or authorisations necessary to fly.

The minimum age for a child to travel alone is 5 years old. In many cases, an Unaccompanied Minor Service must be requested for a child travelling alone.

Domestic flights (Spain)

Spanish nationality:

  • Passengers between 14 and 17 years old: Valid National ID or Passport (can be expired).
  • Passengers under 14 years old: the child's national ID (DNI) is typically not required. However, the family record book may be requested. The person responsible for the child at the departure airport should be able to verify the child's identity. No authorisation is required to fly. If the child is eligible for a resident discount, the family record book must be submitted together with a certificate of residence containing the child's date of birth.
  • Passengers under 12 years old: in addition to the above, an Unaccompanied Minor Form must be signed and submitted. This form will be handed out by Air Europa staff at the departure airport on the day of the flight.

Nationality from a European Union or Schengen country:

  • Valid passport or ID (can be expired).
  • Non-expired residence permit

Nationality of Third Countries:

  • Passport (can be expired).
  • Non-expired residence permit

 

Flights within the European Union and/or Schengen area

Spanish nationality:

  •  Valid Passport or ID and a signed "Unaccompanied Minor Form", which will be handed over by Air Europa staff at the departure airport on the day of the flight.
  • Any persons under 18 travelling without their parents or guardian are required to present an international travel permission declaration form signed by their father, mother or guardian at the check-in desks. This form can be obtained at police stations, civil guard stations, courts, public notary offices and city councils. Only unaccompanied minors travelling on NON-domestic flights are required to present this authorisation form together with their national ID card.

Nationality from a European Union or Schengen country:

  •  Valid Passport or ID and a signed "Unaccompanied Minor Form", which will be handed over by Air Europa staff at the departure airport on the day of the flight.
  • Parents or guardians must go to their consulate to complete the applicable documentation according to the legislation of their country.

Nationality of Third Countries:

  • Passport.
  • Valid ID accompanied by the valid residence permit.
  • We recommend that passengers go to the corresponding consulate to find out about specific requirements.

Flights to third countries (outside the European Union or Schengen area)

  • For more information about special documents, such as visas, please contact the local embassy of the destination country.
  • All passengers are required to carry the correct documentation in accordance with the applicable Laws, Regulations and Orders of the State or Country to or from which they are travelling. Furthermore, each passenger is solely responsible for complying with the legal requirements of each country, where applicable.
  • This documentation may be requested by the company at the check-in desks and boarding gates of any airports through which the passenger passes.
  • During the document checking process, Air Europa may refuse boarding to any passenger whose documents are found to be invalid or expired, or if the identity on the document does not match that of the passenger.

Spanish nationality:

  • Valid, non-expired passport and a signed "Unaccompanied Minor Form", which will be handed over by Air Europa staff at the departure airport on the day of the flight.
  • Any persons under 18 travelling without their parents or guardian are required to present an international travel permission declaration form signed by their father, mother or guardian at the check-in desks. This form can be obtained at police stations, civil guard stations, courts, public notary offices and city councils. 

Nationality from a European Union or Schengen country:

  • Valid, non-expired passport and a signed "Unaccompanied Minor Form", which will be handed over by Air Europa staff at the departure airport on the day of the flight.
  • We recommend asking the consulate for information about specific requirements for unaccompanied minors.

 

Nationality of Third Countries:

  • Passport.
  • Valid ID accompanied by the valid residence permit.
  • In addition, the interested party must go to the corresponding consulate to obtain information on the specific requirements of each country for unaccompanied minors.

Domestic flights (Spain)

  • Passengers under 14 years old: the child's national ID (DNI) is typically not required. However, the family record book may be requested. The child is under the responsibility of an accompanying adult traveller. If the child is eligible for a resident discount, the family record book must be submitted together with a certificate of residence containing the child's date of birth.
  • Passengers between 14 and 17 years old: Valid National ID or Passport (can be expired).

Flights within the European Union and/or Schengen area

  • Children under 18 years old travelling with their parents or guardians: Valid, non-expired national ID/Passport.
  • Children under 18 years old travelling with people other than their parents or guardians: Spanish ID or Passport. They must also present an international travel permission declaration form signed by their father, mother or guardian. This form can be obtained at police stations, civil guard stations, courts, notaries and city halls.

Flights to third countries (outside the European Union or Schengen area)

  • Valid, non-expired passport: Any children travelling without their parents or guardians will also have to present an international travel permission declaration form signed by their father, mother or guardian. This can be obtained at police stations, civil guard stations, courts, notaries and city halls.
INFORMATION ON ONLINE CHECK-IN

Online check-in

To check in online, you must enter:

- Booking reference or ticket number.

- The first surname of the passenger who wishes to check in. If it has 4 letters or fewer, the second surname must be added.

 

 

Online check-in

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TICKET CONDITIONS

Check-in time limit

The time limit for checking in, unless otherwise specified (Lima: 90 min, Caracas: 120 min) will be a minimum of 60 minutes before the scheduled departure of intercontinental flights and 45 minutes for all domestic and European flights.

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SERVICES

Priority Boarding service

Avoid queues at check-in desks and boarding gates by purchasing the Priority Boarding service.

You can purchase it during the online booking process, at the airport sales offices or by contacting our Call Centre.

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