Nationality of Passengers
EU / Non-Schengen
Non-EU / Non-Schengen
Required documentation for residents of the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands and Ceuta
A travel document or passport will suffice as proof of ID, but not as proof of residency, and VUELING is entitled to make copies of the documentation provided and to refuse to allow the passenger to board if the company detects any deficiency or anomaly.
Accompanied children under 14
- Domestic flights.
- They are included in the same booking as the accompanying adults.
- Passengers under 14 travelling to international destination are required to:
- Carry their own personal and unique documentation when travelling out of Spain or within the European Union. Instances of children added to their parent's passport shall not be considered valid.
Children between 12 and 18 travelling alone
- Valid travel document or Passport.
- Valid travel document + authorisation from the father/mother/guardian which can be obtained from Police Stations, Guardia Civil offices, Courts, Notaries and Mayors).
- Passport (see table above)
Travellers who have lost their documentation
or instance, it is valid to present a travel document issued in accordance with the content of the UN Convention relating to the status of Refugees. This document, which must be issued by a government in accordance with Article 28(1) of the 1951 UN Convention, is accepted as a valid passport. Also valid is a travel document that complies with the content of the UN Convention, which must be issued by one of the contracting States as stipulated in Article 27 of the 1954 UN Convention for stateless persons. German children under the age of 10 travelling with the government-issued Kinderausweis travel document may also fly.
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