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Currently Position- United Club;
Main customer contact at the airport responsible for assignments in the following areas: lobby, gate, baggage services, international departures and arrivals, ramp and cabin service, automated check-in-control, operations center, premium services, Red carpet room, escorting passengers to and from aircraft and taking special care of elderly and unaccompanied children, customs & immigration procedures.
Responsibilities: Assisting customers with quoting fares/schedules, Making reservations and issuing tickets, checking baggage, helping with flight check-in/boarding, resolving customer concerns.
Children under the age of 18 traveling with an adult are not required to show ID at time of check-in.
Children ages 15-17 traveling alone need one of the following:
Driver's License Passport Credit card School ID Company ID Library card Birth Certificate Social Security card Organization ID (such as athletic club, etc.) Proof of auto insurance in passenger's name
Children ages 5-14 traveling alone are not required to show ID at time of check-in, however, they are encouraged to carry some form of ID during travel.
The following rules are in effect for unaccompanied minor travel:
United allows unaccompanied minor travel only on United Airlines and United Express® flights. Unaccompanied minors under 5 years of age are not accepted. Unaccompanied minors ages 5 to 7 may only travel on nonstop flights. Unaccompanied minors ages 8 to 11 may travel on any flight (nonstop or connecting) operated by United or United Express. However, travel will not be allowed on the last connecting flight of the day — unless the connecting flight is the only published service to that destination. Unaccompanied minors are not accepted on flights which require an overnight stay in order to make a connection. Children ages 12 to 17 have the option to pay the fee and use the unaccompanied minor service or they may travel as adults with no unaccompanied minor service provided.
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no you do not at all need to carry the birth certificates for youy children when any way they are travelling with you and your or your spouse name must be endorsed in the parents name section on your chldren passport so that automatically interlink the relationship with you..thx