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If your child is under 14 years old, they need to be with an adult according to Sun Country’s policy for unaccompanied minors. Teenagers aged 15 to 17 can travel within the United States and Puerto Rico. They can also travel with one child aged 5 to 14 on the same trip.
According to Sun Country’s policy for unaccompanied minors –
If you’re traveling with an infant on your lap, you can let us know when you book your flight on suncountry.com. To add an infant to your lap, you can call the airline’s customer service.
According to Sun Country’s policy for minors, a passenger must be 18 years old or older to be responsible for a child passenger. Also –
According to Sun Country Airlines Check-In Policy, minors cannot check in online, but they can use the offline method for check-in.
Sun Country Airlines still needs you to show proof of your age. To travel on Sun Country Airlines, minors must meet certain ID requirements.
To comply with Sun Country’s minor policy, you must meet the following requirements:
If you’re an adult traveling with a child or infant, you can bring certain items according to Sun Country’s policy.
Sun Country Airlines does not provide child escort services for kids traveling alone.
If a child or infant is traveling with only one parent, they need to have a Sun Country unaccompanied minor travel consent form that is certified and signed by both parents or legal guardians.
When flying, minors ages 5 to 14 must be accompanied by a passenger at least 15 years of age.
According to Sun Country Seat Selection Policy, Minor can not sit on emergancy seat due to security reasons.