Eurowings: Children Flying Alone

Can an unaccompanied minor travel on Eurowings?

Children up to 5 years must travel with a responsible parent. Children 5-11 years may travel on direct Eurowings flights within Germany and direct flights between Germany, Zurich, and Vienna with a responsible sibling aged 16 years or older or, if unaccompanied, must travel with use of Eurowings’ UM Service (UM = Unaccompanied Minor).

How do I register my minor child for travel on Eurowings?

You must contact a Eurowings call centre or visit an airport counter for reservations and other arrangements. A list of Eurowings call centres may be accessed by clicking here.

Is there a fee for an unaccompanied minor traveling on Eurowings?

The fee [as of 1 November 2016] per unaccompanied minor traveling on Eurowings is €50 for short- and medium-haul flights. Unaccompanied minors are not allowed on long-haul flights.