i've herd alot about you need to be 12, because 12 is the adult age on a flight. Is that right?
There is no age limit to booking a flight, but you have to have a credit card to book it with, and some hotels will not let you check in if you are obviously a child. You can be over 5 years old to fly without an adult, though younger children (aged 5-13) will be accompanied by an air hostess type person until you reach their friends/family in the other airport- this costs more for your parents. You do realize that you aren't allowed to be on this site if you are 12 years old?
I'm not completely sure but seeing as you would have to have proper documentation and a credit/debit card to "book" a flight I would assume one would have to be at least 18 (or old enough to own a debit/credit card) to do the actual booking. I believe the "adult age" simply is used in terms of ticket pricing.
no, i would assume you need a legal adult/parent to book a flight for you, i dont think they just let children go into the airport, pay cash and hop off on a plane somewere. i would assume the parent would need to book the flight for you
No, when i was 12 i had no where to fly. I also never had a computer... Kristen I have always wonderd because i've heard so many things about flying at 12, and have alwasy wonderd if its correct.
It is possible to fly at twelve. Booking the flight is different. As long as you have proper documentation anyone can fly, alone or accompanied.
I am not 12. I have always wonderd. I know i can book now because i am 18. I have flown several times alone and with several other people.
Actually Colleen has a point...are you asking because you are twelve?
Are you asking because you're 12?