Jetblue Unaccompanied Minor Policy

JetBlue umnr policy states that children ages 5-14 may travel as unaccompanied minors on JetBlue flights, but a parent or guardian must provide written consent and complete an Unaccompanied Minor Form. Additionally, there is a fee of $100 each way for the service, and the child must be escorted to and from the gate by a JetBlue representative. The child will also be seated in a designated area of the plane, and the flight crew will check on them during the flight.

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JetBlue unaccompanied minor policy also states that the child must have a government-issued ID, such as a passport or birth certificate, and the parent or guardian must provide contact information for the person meeting the child at their destination. The child will also be given a wristband to wear, which will have contact information for the parent or guardian and the person meeting the child at their destination.

 

It's also important to note that JetBlue only allows unaccompanied minors to travel on nonstop or direct flights, and they must be booked on the last flight of the day to their destination. Furthermore, the Unaccompanied Minor service is not available for children traveling internationally.

 

Additionally, JetBlue also recommends that parents or guardians should make sure that the person meeting the child at the destination airport is aware of their flight information and will be able to meet them at the gate upon arrival.

 

Rules of Jetblue Unaccompanied Minor

 

JetBlue's unaccompanied minor policy includes the following rules:

 

  1. Children ages 5-14 may travel as unaccompanied minors on JetBlue flights.
  2. A parent or guardian must provide written consent and complete an Unaccompanied Minor Form.
  3. There is a fee of $100 each way for the service.
  4. The child must be escorted to and from the gate by a JetBlue representative.
  5. The child will be seated in a designated area of the plane, and the flight crew will check on them during the flight.
  6. The child must have a government-issued ID, such as a passport or birth certificate.
  7. The parent or guardian must provide contact information for the person meeting the child at their destination.
  8. The child will be given a wristband to wear, which will have contact information for the parent or guardian and the person meeting the child at their destination.
  9. Unaccompanied minors are only allowed to travel on nonstop or direct flights and must be booked on the last flight of the day to their destination.
  10. The Unaccompanied Minor service is not available for children traveling internationally.

It is important to note that these rules may change over time and it is best to check the latest policy on Jetblue's website.

Jetblue Unaccompanied Minor Fee

JetBlue's unaccompanied minor fee is $100 each way for the service. This fee is in addition to the cost of the child's ticket and must be paid at the time of booking. The fee covers the additional services provided by JetBlue for the unaccompanied minor, such as escorting the child to and from the gate, seating the child in a designated area of the plane, and having the flight crew check on the child during the flight. Please note that this fee is subject to change and it is best to check the latest fee on Jetblue's website.

How to book an unaccompanied minor flight on Jetblue?

To book a flight for an unaccompanied minor on JetBlue, you will need to follow these steps:

 

  1. Contact JetBlue's reservation center: You can book an unaccompanied minor flight by calling JetBlue's reservation center. Make sure to have all the necessary information, such as the child's name, date of birth, and government-issued ID, ready when you call.
  2. Complete an Unaccompanied Minor Form: Once you have confirmed the flight details with the reservation center, you will need to complete an Unaccompanied Minor Form. This form must be completed by the parent or guardian and will require information about the child, flight details, and contact information for the person meeting the child at their destination.
  3. Pay the fee: There is a fee of $100 each way for the service of an unaccompanied minor, you will need to pay this fee at the time of booking the flight.
  4. Provide government-issued ID: The child must have a government-issued ID, such as a passport or birth certificate, when traveling as an unaccompanied minor.
  5. Escort the child to the airport: On the day of the flight, the parent or guardian must escort the child to the airport and check them in with a JetBlue representative. The child will be given a wristband to wear, which will have contact information for the parent or guardian and the person meeting the child at their destination. The child will also be escorted to and from the gate by a JetBlue representative.

 

It is important to remember that Unaccompanied Minor service is not available for children traveling internationally and JetBlue only allows unaccompanied minors to travel on nonstop or direct flights, and they must be booked on the last flight of the day to their destination.

It's recommended to check Jetblue's website for the most updated information.

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