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    Default What does a Thai child need to fly

    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
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    Quote Originally Posted by Essex boys View Post
    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
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    Minimum age for Thai ID is 7 years. As for the rest I have no idea.
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    Adults don't necessarily need a passport to fly domestic. I think children stopped flying on their parent's passports about 20 years ago?

    For 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.
    https://www.thaiairways.com/en_TH/faq/index.page

    So, for a 5 year old, birth certificate or passport would be the answer.
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    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.

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    My wife says she has flown with her son internally with just her ID card and childs birth certificate.

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    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 .

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