Virgin Atlantic minors flying alone

Is there a service offered for children traveling alone on Virgin Atlantic flights?

As of August 2020, Virgin Atlantic temporarily suspended the Unaccompanied Minors service due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, all children aged under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult aged 16 years or over. Children and young aged 12 to 16 (up to and including the day before their 17th birthday) can travel alone without restrictions and are not considered unaccompanied minors.

This decision was made considering that global travel restrictions are subject to change at any time and with short notice, and the health and safety of everyone always come first, and to ensure limited contact between crew and customers. Virgin Atlantic will continue to review the situation until it is safe for everyone to resume the Unaccompanied Minor service in the conditions stated below.

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