Children between 0 and 2 years old
Minors who have not reached the age of 2 on the date of the flight must travel in the same seat as the accompanying adult.
Babies (under the age of 2) are entitled to 1 x 10 kg piece of hand luggage. Additionally. they can check in 1 x 10 kg piece of baggage in the hold, provided that an adult has purchased a fare that includes checked baggage. Furthermore, they can carry one of the following items:
These last two items can be carried under the seat or in the luggage compartment, provided that they respect the maximum dimensions allowed in the cabin. Otherwise, this baggage will travel in the hold.
Each adult can travel with a maximum of two children under 2 years old; in this case:
One child must travel in the same seat as the adult wearing a special safety belt provided by the Air Europa crew.
The other child must travel in an adjacent seat in an approved child seat. In the latter case, the seat price for children between 2 and 11 years old will apply.
Children between 2 and 11 years old
Children travelling alone
Air Europa looks out for children traveling along, and our staff will always accompany the child and ensure they stay safe during the journey.
Air Europa has adopted new measures to ensure your child travels safe in light of the current health situation.
Is a child traveling unaccompanied?
Our escort service is compulsory for minors between the ages of 5 and 11 (inclusive) on domestic flights, and up to age 14 (inclusive) on international flights.
The person responsible for the minor must be over the age of 18.
Our YOUNG PEOPLE service is optional for children between the ages of 12 and 17 on domestic flights, and between 15 and 17 on international flights.
* Please note, these services must be requested in advance, at which point you'll need to provide the contact details of the people responsible for dropping off and picking up the child.
The table below shows prices for the service in all currencies. Remember to request it in advance.
|AREA||DIRECT FLIGHTS||CONNECTING FLIGHTS|
|Inter-island flights for the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands||10€||-|
|Mainland Spain and Balearic Islands||35€ / 40$ / 25£ / 35Fr||60€ / 65$ / 43£ / 60Fr|
|Canary Islands, Europe, and Africa||60€ / 65$ / 43£ / 60Fr||80€ / 90$ / 60£ / 80Fr|
|Long haul||90€ / 100$ / 64£ / 90Fr||120€ / 130$ / 85£ /120Fr|
* Prices subject to possible surcharges for taxes in certain countries.
A step-by-step guide to children traveling alone
If a child is traveling alone, there are some steps you need to take along each step of the journey.
Booking a flight for an unaccompanied minor isn't something you can do online. Instead, you can book at any Air Europa branch or via customer services. Each flight will have a maximum number of minors permitted to travel unaccompanied.
You can request an escort service at travel agencies, sales offices, or via customer services.
ID card, passport, vaccinations, entry procedures... We recommend that you check exactly which documents you need for the country's entry requirements.
To speed up the process and ensure you have the right documentation, please complete the travel form provided below and print one copy to be presented at the check-in desk. Our staff will then be responsible for distributing the forms to Air Europa staff.
If you have any issues with the online form, you can download it in PDF format and fill it in by hand.
Air Europa will only accept unaccompanied minors on connecting flights with a layover time of no more than 5 hours.
You must obtain a boarding card at the airport's check-in desk. The child's companion will be provided with a temporary boarding pass enabling them to accompany the child to the boarding gate. If you don't accompany the child as far as the boarding gate, you must stay in the airport until the flight departs.
You cannot check in online - you'll need to do it at the check-in desks.
Our crew will be there to make sure the child is safe and comfortable. They'll also make sure they arrive safely when they reach the destination airport.
The minor will be the last to leave the airplane when it arrives at its destination. A member of our crew will accompany them to arrivals where they'll meet the person responsible for pick-up.
Minors travelling in groups
Different types of distribution between minors and adults:
Minors travelling in their own seat may use fastening devices suitable for their age, provided that they are certified and fit the seat.
For minors, there are specifications regarding the documentation necessary to fly, which vary according to nationality and requirements of the countries involved in the trip. We explain the details in our section "Documentation for Minors".
It will not be necessary to fly with a trained companion if the passenger can act individually in the event of an emergency and is over 12 years of age on domestic flights or 15 years of age on international flights.
CHILDREN UNDER 2 YEARS OLD
In addition to your baggage allowance, you can also transport one of the following items:
CHILDREN BETWEEN 2 AND 11 YEARS OLD
Children between 2 and 11 years old have the same baggage allowance as adult passengers. To see the baggage allowance for each passenger, please click here.
Children aged 5 years old and above can fly alone. Air Europa offers companion services for children travelling alone.
For administrative purposes, babies who turn two years old during a trip are considered children.
Therefore, when booking a flight, you must select the passenger as a child and not as a baby.
Minors travelling alone can request to travel with a pet on direct flights operated by Air Europa by booking in advance.
To read the terms and conditions, please click the following link.
Each adult can travel with two children under 2 years old. In this case:
Air Europa wants your baby to be comfortable when travelling. Therefore, in addition to your baggage allowance, you can also transport one of the following items:
You can take the pushchair to the door of the aircraft, except for the airports of Charles de Gaulle (Paris), Orly (Paris), and Fiumicino (Rome), where it will be checked in free of charge.