Traveling With Children
At Air Astra, even young flyers are our priority. From infants to young passengers, we make every effort to make their trips pleasant and safe.
We classify traveling with children under the following categories:
- An infant passenger younger than 7 days old.
- An infant passenger above 7 days and below 2 years old.
- A child passenger is aged between 2 years to under 12 years old.
- A child passenger who is between 5 years to 12 years old can travel as an unaccompanied minor.
- A young passenger is aged between 12 to 16 years old.
Flying With Infant
Infants are those who are more than 7 days old but less than 2 years old. A newborn passenger cannot fly alone under any circumstances. Infant fares apply to passengers aged 7 days from birth to less than 2 years. Infants will be charged only 10% of the regular fare.
The following conditions must be fulfilled for infant passengers:
•An infant passenger must always be accompanied by an adult. The adult can be the passenger, i.e., the person who has reached his or her 2nd birthday but has not reached his or her 12th birthday. 25% of the normal adult fare is discounted for child passengers. A child passenger should be accompanied by an adult passenger, i.e., parents, guardians, relatives, etc.
Flying With Young Passenger
A young passenger is a person aged between 12 and 16 who is traveling alone on a confirmed ticket. We assume that young passengers can travel alone, but we can provide assistance if there is a request at the time of booking. If need be, you can also request unaccompanied minor assistance for young passengers.