Minors' documentation

Minors under 14 years old travelling within Spain are not obliged to travel with an identity card or passport as long as they travel accompanied. They will be the responsibility of the person accompanying them.

For residents, large families, etc, the relevant accrediting documentation must also be presented.

Minors under 12 years old travelling with the escort service will also need the relevant special documentation.

From 1 September 2019, Spanish minors unaccompanied by their parents or guardians on non-national journeys will require a travel permit signed in police or Guardia Civil stations, law courts, Notaries Public or local councils.

More information regarding the authorization for travel of minors abroad in:

http://www.interior.gob.es/web/servicios-al-ciudadano/dni/autorizacion-para-viaje-de-menores-al-extranjero

http://www.interior.gob.es/web/servicios-al-ciudadano/pasaporte/autorizacion-para-viaje-de-menores-al-extranjero

Departure of minors to other countries

A current passport and the relevant visa will be requested for extra-community flights. Furthermore, you must comply with the requirements of the country of destination.

For minors with connecting flights, the handling agent in the origin airport will inform on the possibility that at the frontier in the next stage the minor will be refused departure from the country if the necessary documentation is not presented. If this occurs, the company will be free of liability and the passenger will have to return to origin by his/her own means.