New rules for declaring accompaniment of under 14 traveling alone abroad
Alitalia communicates that, following the entry into force of the new rules, in the absence of accompanying statement will not allow boarding minors 14 travelling outside the country of residence is not accompanied by their parents or legal guardians.
These are the instructions to follow to get the statement: 1) requires that parents or guardians of children under the age of 14 travelling abroad unaccompanied by parents or a guardian present themselves to the police station or the police station to obtain the release of the accompanying Statement on travel; 2) the accompanying Statement must be signed by the parent or guardian and approved by the police and must contain the name of the person, of the institution or company to whom the minor is entrusted; 3) the companion who travels with the child must exhibit at the border the attestation of statement issued by the police, In addition to the child's passport; 4) the accompanying statement is applicable only to minor Italian citizens and only when travelling across national borders (i.e., in the case of residence abroad, the boundaries of the country of residence) with someone other than the operator guardianship or custody.
The accompanying statement is valid for a single trip (way and/or return), over a period of maximum 6 months, unless otherwise evaluated from time to time by the police.
Source: The Flight