What is Alaska Airlines policy for unaccompanied minors?
Alaska Airlines prioritizes the safety of unaccompanied minors with their comprehensive Alaska Unaccompanied Minor policy. Children aged 5-17 traveling alone are considered unaccompanied minors. They must travel on nonstop or same-plane service flights, accompanied by dedicated staff who assist them from check-in to arrival. Unaccompanied minors wear special lanyards for easy identification. Advance arrangements and an additional fee are required. Parents or guardians must remain at the airport until the child's flight departs. For more information, visit the Blog by Alaska Airlines Pet Policy website.