Accompanied by an adult and not occupying a seat, an infant aged up to one year and 364 days is carried at 12% of the adult net fare This discount may not be available on promotional fares.
As it is a legal requirement for children over the age of two to travel in their own seat, passengers who are travelling with an infant who becomes two years old before their return flight, must ensure that they have a seat reserved for the return flight. There is no additional charge for this seat. The infant fare will apply for the entire journey.
Make your booking online as normal adding the infant to the whole itinerary. Once the booking is completed and you have a reference number, you will need to contact us to book a seat free of charge for the return flight where the infant is now travelling as a child of two years old. If for any reason there are no seats available on the flights you have chosen, we will assist you in choosing an alternative flight or offer a full refund. Please contact us on 0871 700 2000 (Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras) or +44 (0) 1392 268529 if calling from abroad.
Flybe reserve the right to request proof of age for all infants who are travelling on our flights. When travelling with an infant on a domestic route, therefore, please ensure you bring either a birth certificate or passport to prove date of birth. On International routes a passport will be required.
If you are travelling with a pushchair it is usually possible to keep the pushchair with you until you reach the steps of the aircraft.
Children aged between five years and 11 years 364 days may only travel unaccompanied on Flybe point to point flights. A supervisory fee of £39 (€46, 60CHF) per child per flight is levied for the service provided.
Although not compulsory, you may request for a child between the ages of 12 and 16 years to be carried as an Unaccompanied Minor.
If you wish to make a reservation for an Unaccompanied Minor please telephone the Customer Call Centre before you make the flight booking with the name, address and contact number of:
Numbers are restricted so you are advised, where possible, to reserve in advance.
On flights operated by Air France children under 15 travelling on Flybe tickets must be accompanied by an adult.
Currently Ireland West Airport Knock (Noc) does NOT provide an Unaccompanied minors service.
Please present unaccompanied children to check in at least one hour prior to the flight's schedule time of departure.
To be 'accompanied', the companion of a child must be over 16 years of age.
Identification of the escort on departure & escort on arrival will be checked, and the child signed for, in line with current policy.
For the safety of the passenger, the person presenting them on departure must remain within the airport building for 15 minutes after the aircraft has departed. This is to ensure that there is someone available to collect them should the aircraft have to return for any reason.
If a child is not travelling with their parent or legal guardian, he or she must carry their own identification. If no identification is available please contact the Customer Call Centre. You will need to send a copy of the photo identification from the parents and confirm that the child is travelling with their consent.
Passengers aged between 12 and 16 years who are not travelling as an unaccompanied child require their own photographic identification.
For passengers on international flights a valid passport or national identity card will need to be presented. Other documentation such as a visa should also be sought if required.
Spanish and French children under 18 years travelling without a parent, or legal guardian, and with an ID card must have a form of written authorisation to travel from their parent(s). The form should be collected from their local police station and must then be presented with their ID card at the check-in desk and passport control. If the child does not have this form passport control will refuse travel.
Children travelling on their own valid passport do not require the parental consent form.
A Family Book (Livret de Famille) is not sufficient ID for a child or infant to travel on international flights.
Portuguese nationals and alien residents under 18 years and leaving or re-entering Portugal unaccompanied by their father, mother or legal guardian also need a travel authorisation. The travel authorisation must be signed by the father, mother or legal guardian (If the father, mother or legal guardian reside in Portugal the signature must be notarised). Finally the signature must be authenticated by a Portuguese embassy / consulate in the country where the father, mother or legal guardian do reside.
Italian citizens under 14 years of age who are not accompanied by their parents must be entrusted to a person, organisation or travelling companion, as recorded on a “dichiarazione di accompagno” [declaration to accompany], endorsed by the relevant passport office or competent authority (such as local police).
Confirmation of accompaniment will therefore be necessary and must be shown. Any minor who presents without the required declaration will not be permitted to leave Italy.
It is a legal requirement for an Italian minor under 14 years of age to have a declaration signed by both parents and stamped by the local police (Questura) to entrust the child either to an adult (other than a parent or relative). The form must be prepared, signed, stamped and filled in in all its parts before commencing travel. All those passengers turning up for departure without the above mentioned prior arrangements will be denied boarding by local immigration police. Please note that this ruling also applies to minors of dual nationality who are in possession of an Italian passport and residing in Italy.
Minors under 14 years of age bearing his/her father’s surname and travelling with his/her mother will have to prove to the Airport Police that the lady is in fact the mother. So unless the father is present at the airport accompanying wife and child, the mother has to prove to the Police that she is the lawful mother by producing a document confirming her status. For example a birth certificate or “stato di famiglia” or declaration signed by an official body i.e. Comune or Police.
If a person other than their father, mother or other legal guardian accompanies a child travel authorisation is also required. In such cases the travel authorisation must also clearly show the name of the accompanying person. Foreign children under 18 years and travelling alone may be refused entry if they do not have someone in Portugal taking responsibility for their stay.
Unaccompanied children are only permitted on point to point journeys where a custodian of the child is present at each end of the flight. Unaccompanied children are not permitted on flights which involve a change of aircraft en route.
Flybe may refuse travel to carry an unaccompanied child in cases where the child has not been made aware to us.
It is the parent, legal guardian or responsible adult’s responsibility to ensure that all correct required documents are in possession for travel