What is Orient Thai Airlines’ policy regarding “unaccompanied child” passengers?

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How does Orient Thai Airlines classify passengers?

The Orient Thai Airlines has classified passengers according to age, as follows:

  • Infant: aged from newborn up to 2 years (on the travel date; required to sit on the lap of the accompanying adult passenger)
  • Child: aged from 2 to 12 years
  • Adult: aged 12 years and above

Remark: The fare for an infant is at THB 500 on all flights.

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What should passengers who need special assistance do?

Passengers requiring special assistance are requested to notify the Call Center staff on the date of booking, or inform the airline staff at the check-in counter on the travel date. Passengers with disabilities or aged passengers, who need wheelchair assistance, should notify the Call Center staff on the date of booking. Orient Thai Airlines offers wheelchair service from the check-in counter to the aircraft, without any fee. Without prior notice from the passenger, the airline apologizes if unable to provide wheelchair assistance.

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What is Orient Thai Airlines’ policy regarding “unaccompanied child” passengers?

Orient Thai Airlines allows children aged between 6-12 years to travel alone. However, the parent or the guardian must notify the airline staff prior to the travel date and must sign the ‘Unaccompanied Child’ (UM) form.

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What is Orient Thai Airlines’ policy regarding “unaccompanied child” passengers?

Pregnant passengers must inform the duration of pregnancy to the airline staff, and fill in the required form at the time of booking. Conditions for pregnant passengers are:

  • For pregnant passengers with pregnancy of up to 27 weeks, a doctor’s certificate is not required.
  • For pregnant passengers with pregnancy of between the 28th to the 32nd week, a doctor’s certificate indicating the travel date and that the pregnant passenger can travel, is required.
  • For safety of the pregnant passenger, the airline reserves the right to refuse carriage of a pregnant passenger with pregnancy of over 32nd weeks.

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