Easyjet minors flying alone

Does EasyJet offer services for children traveling alone?

Unfortunately, the airline does not provide an escort service for the transportation of minors who are not accompanied on board. EasyJet does not accept unaccompanied children under the age of 16. Any person who is aged 15 years or less cannot take an easyJet flight unless he or she is accompanied by an adult who is minimum 16 years old, and who will take complete responsibility for the minor.

Which rules apply to groups of children traveling on EasyJet flights?

The airline will accept minors aged 15 years or less traveling in groups of 10 children or more as long as there is a minimum proportion of one accompanying adult for every 10 minors. In these situations, an adult is considered to be any person who is 16 years old or older.

All minors need to be booked as such because of safety limitations as to where on the aircraft they can be seated.

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