Does Aer Lingus offer Unaccompanied Minor Service?
No, Aer Lingus will not provide special assistance for children traveling without a parent or legal guardian.
Can a minor travel alone?
Passengers under 12 years old years who are not accompanied by an adult aged 16 years or older cannot fly on Aer Lingus. Passengers aged 12-15 years who are not accompanied by an adult aged 16 years or older can fly on Aer Lingus. The parent or guardian is required to sign a Form of Indemnity at the airport on the day of departure, relinquishing Aer Lingus from any responsibility to provide special assistance to these passengers. Aer Lingus will deny boarding to any unaccompanied young person between the age of 12 and 15 inclusive if a parent/guardian does not complete this form.