Children and babies

Whether you’re traveling with them or not, with French bee even the little ones have the right to the greatest consideration !

Flying, it’s child’s play!

French bee takes great care of your little ones! Babies, kids or teens, they all have their place on our planes. To be sure that their trip goes smoothly, there are just a few things you should know and prepare for. Your turn to play !

Traveling by airplane with minor passengers

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult of at least 18 years of age (with the exception of the child’s mother, father or legal guardian) who must travel in the same cabin class.

If the child cannot be accompanied, we’re happy to offer an assistance on all flights operated by French bee:

  • UMNR service: for minors aged between 4 and 11 years old
  • UMZZ service: for minors aged between 12 and 17 years old
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Travel documents for minors

Please make sure your child has all the necessary documents to travel. There shall be no exceptions to this rule and the passenger will not be permitted to travel if these conditions are not met. The company rejects all liability in where these conditions are not respected.

Travel documents

For minor children traveling with their parents or with a person with parental authority:

  • The minor’s valid passport, as well as their family book

For minor children traveling with someone who is not their parent (or a parent with a different surname) 

Unaccompanied children

At French bee, we take extra care of our young passengers who are unaccompanied, ensuring they are looked after and that all their needs are met from the moment you entrust them to our care until the moment they come back to you.

Infants under 2 years of age

Children who have not yet had their second birthday at the start of the trip will be considered as an infant.

Infants or children between 2-4 years old

Airline transport of pregnant women
  • On our flights: A medical agreement is not required to board the plane for pregnancies below 6 months (28 weeks).
  • We recommend that you have a medical certificate between 6 months (28 weeks) and 8 months (36 weeks) of pregnancy. The purpose of the certificate is to indicate your due date and confirm that your pregnancy is free of complications.
  • Beyond 8 months (36 weeks), transportation is no longer allowed.