Hi all, the gf's daughter is 5 years old, does she need a passport or ID card to fly internally? Or does she travel on her mums passport??? Any help or info much appreciated
Adults don't necessarily need a passport to fly domestic. I think children stopped flying on their parent's passports about 20 years ago?
https://www.thaiairways.com/en_TH/faq/index.pageFor Domestic flights Identity card, government official identity card with photo or passport must be presented for adults. Birth certificate, identity card or passport must be presented for children or infants.
So, for a 5 year old, birth certificate or passport would be the answer.
Last edited by maokaang; 16th May 2020 at 03:24. Reason: fixed typo
Thank you gentleman for your replies, I think to be on the safe side I will get her to call the airline before we book.
My wife says she has flown with her son internally with just her ID card and childs birth certificate.
you are round about right with that 20 years ago some a little later with children still on there passports it was around the year 2000 plus ,i remember the wife going to the toilet once and did i get quizzed and the children did about who i was and where was there mum a bit distressing to be honest and invasive when my youngest daughter said to the check in staff my mum has gone to the toilet because she has blood children ye i could have died but the check in ladies face was a picture ,just imagine my 5 year old with summer dress on shades and been watching to much Disney channel with attitude ,
what a lovely memory i have just had .children at that age should never grow up .