I am flying with a minor brother / sister / grandson / granddaughter / nephew / niece in Russia, do I need to have a power of attorney with me?
If a child travels together with an adult passenger, then a power of attorney from parents (guardians) is not required when flying within Russia.
Please note that children from the age of 12 can fly on their own without accompaniment and power of attorney from their parents (guardians).
- How to issue a ticket for a child separately from an adult passenger?
- Can I send an unaccompanied child alone?
- If a child turns 2 years old during a trip, how can I issue a return ticket for him/her?
- Does the baby have luggage?
- I am traveling with a child up to two years old. Does he need to buy a separate ticket?
- Are there discounts on tickets for children?
- Are there separate seat belts on board for children under 2 years old?
- If my child needs to change a diaper, how can it be done on board an aircraft?
- Why am I forced to lower the armrest when the child is sleeping?
- Is it possible to breed baby food on board?
- Is it possible to check in with a child at the airport out of turn?
- Where will my child fly with the «Unaccompanied children» service?
- How do I attach a child to a specific adult passenger?