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You’ll need to have some form of identification on both domestic and international flights.

Identification needed for domestic flights


Photographic ID is required on all domestic flights.


Children under the age of 16 do not need to show ID on domestic flights (excluding Italy). The adult they are travelling with can vouch for the infant's/child's identity.


Children under 14 on Italian domestic flight must show photographic ID.


Here's a few examples of photographic ID that is accepted:


  • A valid passport - an expired passport can be used up to a maximum of five years after expiry
  • Valid photographic EU or Swiss national identity card
  • Valid photographic driving licence, provisional or full
  • Valid armed forces identity card
  • Valid police warrant card/badge

Identification needed for international flights


All customers on international flights must have a valid passport and, where required, a valid visa. Citizens of the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland may travel within Europe using a valid EU/EEA/Swiss National Identity Card or Passport Card.


Your passport needs to be in good condition and signed. Some countries require that passports are valid for a minimum period beyond your trip, usually three or six months. In the event of a no-deal Brexit passport requirements will change. We recommend all UK passengers check their passport validity on the UK Government website and take a look at our Brexit FAQ’s.


For visa and passport requirements, contact the Consulate or Embassy of the country you are planning to visit. Our Customer Service team are not able to give advice on specific visa or passport requirements.

For flights to/from Kosovo and Turkey, National ID cards are accepted from certain EU countries only. Please contact the Consulate or Embassy of the country you are planning to visit. Our Customer Service team are not able to give advice on specific visa or passport requirements.

 

1951 Convention Travel Document (Titre De Voyage) – holders of 1951 Travel Documents should provide Embassy or Consulate documents indicating they are able to travel Visa free, or hold a Visa for their destination.

 

Spanish passengers aged under 18

As of 1st September 2019, all Spanish nationals under the age of 18 travelling from Spain to an international destination must hold a valid National Identity Card or valid passport, as well as a travel authorisation form issued by the Spanish Police if travelling without any of their parents/legal guardians. The Form can be collected from the National Police.

Children’s identification on international flights


Children travelling on international flights must have either a valid passport or EU National ID card. Restrictions apply for children of certain nationalities, or travelling to/from specific countries. For visa and passport requirements, contact the Consulate or Embassy of the country you are planning to visit.


Unaccompanied children

Children under 15 years MUST be accompanied by an adult aged 16 or over or they will be unable to travel.


Please note that regulations differ for children of certain nationalities, or travelling to/from specific countries. Please contact your respective consulates or embassies for a detailed list of restrictions.

Changing document details


You can change travel document details in Manage Bookings before you check-in (if you have replaced or lost your passport for example). Once you’ve checked in, any changes must be made through the easyJet: Travel App or via our Customer Service Team before check-in for your first flight closes. To do it yourself, go to the app, click on “check-in / passes”,  select the passenger you want to make changes for and amend their details.

Travelling to the UK


Landing cards: 

It’s now even easier for non-EU customers travelling to the UK! Passengers will no longer need to fill out a landing card when they touch down in the UK, which should speed up your waiting time through the airport. 


ePassport gates 

You can also get your trip started even faster by using the ePassport gates, available at most UK airports. 

Non-EU passengers arriving from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and the United States are now able to use these handy gates as well as all British and EU nationals. Before you use the gates, make sure your passport has the machine readable chip. If you’re unsure or need more information take a look at the Border Force website.


Travelling to Gibraltar


If you are a Gibraltarian or British national living in Gibraltar you can travel between Gibraltar and the UK on your ID card. However, if you are a Gibraltarian resident and you do not have a Gibraltarian ID card, you need to have a valid passport to travel.


Gibraltar is a unique airport due to its proximity to the famous ‘Rock of Gibraltar’ which is less than a kilometer from the runway.  Sometimes when it’s really cloudy, we’ll land at nearby airport Malaga which is only a short distance away in Spain.  In case this should happen, we recommend that you ensure your travel documents allow you access to EU countries.

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