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What documents does a minor need to travel?
For the accreditation of children under 14 years old without Identity Card or Passport within national territory and, in case of reasonable doubt about the identity of the children or those accompanying them, we will request:
- 1- If they are travelling with one of their parents, the Family Book.
- 2- If the person accompanying the minor is not one of their parents, the minor must show one of the following documents:
Notary Public affidavit (with the personal details of the minor together with their photograph and including the authorisation of the father, mother or guardian to travel.)
Authorisation formalised at a Police Station (by means of personal appearance of the father, mother or guardian, in the name of the person taking charge of the safeguarding of the minor during the trip, which will be checked at all times, along with the ID or passport of this person.)
On international flights (European and Third Countries) ,as there is no standard procedure, all minors (accompanied or unaccompanied, and independent of their age) must show their own travel document (ID card or Passport), as well as fulfill all the requirement of the country they are traveling to.