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I suggest you get a travel agent to work this out for you. It will be worth the $100 or so. You and your girlfriend will also need to carry a letter signed by by both parents outlining your travel plans and saying that you give permission for your daughter to travel alone with the other parent. Canadian customs can be especially picky about this when ...


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It depends on the airline. Online booking systems (at least the three first I tested) usually don't allow separate tickets for children to be booked. Since most airlines require smaller children (e.g. below the age of four) to always be accompanied by an adult, they may or may not also require that the child and the guardian is booked on the same ticket, ...


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Technically there is no issue with you creating 3 separate itineraries for 3 separate people and flying in any way you see fit. There are restrictions that countries and airlines place when a minor child is flying out of the country of residence/citizenship with only one or no parents with them. You will need a letter from your girlfriend that says that ...



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