Children & Infants

Children Traveling Alone (Unaccompanied Minors)

An unaccompanied minor is a traveler who has passed their 5th birthday but has not reached their 13th birthday and is NOT accompanied by an adult at least 18 years of age, or their legal guardian.

Children under 5 years MUST travel with a parent or legal guardian and will NOT be accepted for the unaccompanied minor service.

Age Limitations & Fees

0-4 Year Olds — Children 0-4 years old MUST travel with a parent or legal guardian. They cannot travel as an unaccompanied minor.

5-7 Year Olds ($50) — Unaccompanied minors 5-7 years old can only make connections to other RavnAir Alaska flights (not to include RavnAir Connect to RavnAir Alaska or any other carrier).

8-12 Year Olds ($75) — Unaccompanied minors 8-12 may travel on connecting flights with other carriers (i.e. Alaska Airlines).

13-17 Year Olds — Accepted without restrictions. Guardian information required if unaccompanied minor service requested (otherwise known as Teen Assistance). Service fee applies if unaccompanied minor service is requested.

Booking Travel for an Unaccompanied Minor

You will be asked to provide the name, phone number and address for the responsible party dropping off and picking up the child. Unaccompanied minors may not travel on flights departing between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. or connect to flights departing between those hours.

Connections to RavnAir Alaska, Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air, or PenAir must depart within two hours of arrival time of the RavnAir Alaska flight. Aircraft type limits the number of Unaccompanied Minors accepted on any given flight. Unaccompanied Minor service is offered on a first come, first served basis.

All Unaccompanied Minor service fees are in addition to the ticket price and must be paid upon arrival at the airport. Unaccompanied Minor service fees are non-refundable. Unaccompanied Minors cannot travel with pets (either carried on board or checked as baggage) or with firearms.

Unaccompanied Minor’s must be checked in one (1) hour prior to the scheduled departure of their flight. Photo ID will be required from the guardians designated for drop-off and pick-up. Regarding outbound travel, the responsible party must stay with the child until the flight has departed and is airborne.

To arrange travel or for questions regarding Unaccompanied Minor service, please contact our Reservations office at 800-866-8394.


A child is considered an infant from birth to the day of their 2nd birthday.

Infant on Lap

An infant can travel on a ticketed passengers lap, free of charge. One infant is allowed per ticketed adult. When making reservations, please advise the agent that you will be traveling with an infant. This will be noted in your reservation. If booking online, please select the infant option.

Infant Car Seats

An adult traveling with an infant may check the infant’s child restraint seat and/or stroller free of charge in addition to the regular baggage allowance.

Infants, under the age of 2 years, traveling with their own ticket should use a Child Restraint System (CRS) car seat on board for travel. The Child Restraint System (CRS) must conform to all applicable Federal Aviation Administration certifications. A sticker should appear on the Child Restraint System with red lettering stating, “This Restraint is Certified for Use in Motor Vehicles and Aircraft”. The seat width (arm rest to arm rest) on RavnAir Alaska Beechcraft 1900 and DeHavilland Dash-8 that are operated by Corvus Airlines are 17 inches across.

A seat can be purchased and reserved for an infant at the same price of the accompanying adult’s fare. A maximum of two infant tickets may be purchased per traveling adult. Infants with their own seat must travel in an approved child restraint seat. Infants with their own tickets are subject to all standard fees and are entitled to the same baggage allowance as an adult traveler.


Get on early and relax. We offer pre-boarding for adults traveling with infants.

Children with Disabilities

For children with disabilities, AmSafe has designed CARES (Child Aviation Restraints) specific for the unique challenges of traveling with a special-needs child. The system is approved for use by the Federal Aviation Administration. The system offers added safety and upper body support for children, pre-teens and teenagers. For further information about CARES for children with disabilities, click here, and then select “CARES for Special Needs.”

Happy Birthday Baby! Infants That Turn Two Years Old During Trip

If your infant reaches two years of age during the course of your trip, a ticket must be purchased for all segments on which the child will be two years old.