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Traveling with children domestically (1 parent)


PieterleRoux
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Afternoon everyone,

 

I've tried looking on the airline websites but don't really find concrete feedback on this topic. I will be down in Tasmania for work in August and we are planning for my wife to fly down at the end of the week with the kids. I know in RSA you need to travel with original birth certificates as well as a letter from the other parent giving the traveling parent permission.

 

Any feedback on Australia will be appreciated (your experiences). My wife will have original passports and birth certificates with her. Do I need to write her a letter as well?

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You don't need any of that to fly either domestically or internationally from Australia.  To leave Australia they would just need their passports.

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Thanks Chris...

 

We are used to the way it was done back in SA (even for domestic flights). 

 

So if all goes well we will be in Tassie in August 😀

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