Know more about the legal requisites to travel with minors here.

We welcome and promote the local and international laws and norms preventing child exploitation, pornography and sex tourism with minors, and also the protection of human rights of children and adolescents, and in general all those who care for and protect vulnerable populations.​

By way of reference:

  • In Colombia: Ley 679 of 2001 and 1336 of 2009.
  • In Panama: Article 187 of the Penal Code.​


Know more about the requisites to travel with minors in Colombia,Mexico, Peru and or United Kingdom.

Minors traveling

From Colombia

The new Code for Children and Adolescents establishes additional information for minors departing the country.

On May 8th, 2007 Law 1098 of 2006 came into force, by which the Code for Children and Adolescents was issued. Article 110 paragraph 1 reads as follows:

When a child or adolescent is going to leave the country with one parent or a person other than their legal representatives, they must obtain prior permission of the person who they will not be traveling with, or from them both, duly authenticated by a notary or consular authority.

The Law also requires this new information: this permission must contain the destinations, the purpose of the travel and the date of departure and re-entry to the country.

If you want more detailed information about minors departing Colombia, please see the conditions in Migración Colombia and also the authorization form for minors departing the country.

Please note that the information contained in the links above is provided by the migration authorities and in no case is the content the responsibility of the Airlines and is only provided as a guide to help passengers.​

 

Within Colombia

Are you travelling to a domestic destination with a minor between the ages of 0 and 7 years? As of August 26 you must show an original copy of the minor’s Birth Certificate. Otherwise, boarding will be denied. Copies, photographs on mobile devices or a police report if stolen will not be accepted.

What is an original copy? The copy issued by the National Civil Registry at notarial offices or consulates. This document does not expire.