Definition
An unaccompanied minor is a child of five to sixteen years of age travelling alone. Cayman Airways does not accept children of one to four years of age to travel as unaccompanied minors. There are a maximum number of four unaccompanied minors allowed on each flight.

Reservations
At the time of making reservations customers are expected to advise the airline if a child is travelling unaccompanied.

Unaccompanied Minors to Havana
Children travelling from Grand Cayman to Havana need a notarized letter upon check-in. It must include the following: name/s of children travelling, date of travel (if they change dates they will have to attain a new notarized letter with new dates), flight number/carrier, and the telephone contact and address of persons picking them up in Cuba.

Parents/Guardian
If travelling internationally parents/guardians of the unaccompanied minor are to complete the immigration form, customs form and the special service form. Parents/guardians are requested to remain at the airport until the flight has departed.

Charges
There is a charge of US$30.00 each way for unaccompanied minors travelling within the Caribbean including the SISTER ISLANDS. To and from the USA there is a charge of US$75.00 each way on Cayman Airways flights.

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