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Passengers under the age of 18 travelling alone or with the person who is not their parent or guardian to/from Mexico.

In accordance with Mexico regulations, the minors under the age of 18 entering/departing Mexico without their parent/guardian are required to prepare the official document.

Flights to/from Mexico

ANA requires to submit the consent letter signed by the parent/guardian when the passenger under the age of 18 boards on the flight to/from Mexico travelling alone or with the person who is not the parent or guardian.
The Consent letter is required to be filled out in Spanish. ANA may refuse the carriage without the Consent letter.

  • Passengers aged between 5-13 travelling alone are required to use. ANA Junior Pilot (Application and Consent Release form).

  • Passengers aged between 14-17 travelling alone can use ANA Airport Support if the parent/guardian wishes to request assistance.

  • Passengers aged between 14-17 travelling alone who cannot use ANA Airport Support and passengers under the age of 18 with the person who is not their parent/guardian are required to submit Consent letter.

Flights from Mexico in addition to the above

The following passengers need pre-application at the immigration prior to check-in.

Applicable Passengers:
Mexican nationals or holders of a Mexican temporary residence permit, student temporary residence permit, or permanent residence permit; and

  • Passengers aged between 5-13 travelling alone.

  • Passengers aged between 14-17 travelling alone.

  • Passengers aged between 14-17 travelling with guardian who is not their parent. (including travelling with their grandparents or brothers/sisters who are over 18.)

Required documents:
You need to go to immigration office prior to check-in with the following documents to get authorized.

  1. SAM
    Fill out the form in following link and print out three copies.
    SAM form(Spanish)

  2. Three copies of passenger's passport

  3. Three copies of passenger's birth certificate

    • Spanish translation with apostille certification

  4. Three copies of their parents' ID (passport/INE)

    • INE is an identification card which is held by Mexican nationals over the age of 18.

  5. Three copies of accompanied passenger's ID.

    • In the case of that a company is not their parents

  6. Three copies of a resident card of Mexico.

    • Only in the case of that the passenger holds one

Please check the latest information on Embassy/Consulate of Mexcico or Mexican government (Spanish).

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