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    My dh and ds are flying to CO next month. Do we need any ID for ds? He is 9. Thanks!
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    Nope. I just flew with my daughter (she's 5) and no id was required.

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    Thanks! That will make things easier.

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    nope, not till driving age i believe.

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    As long as their flying with you it might be ok. When I was 14 and flew by myself I had to have an id.

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    We flew in May, 2007 with a 16 yo and 12 yo. The 16 yo had an ID, but the 12 yo did not. I called the airlines to ask about the ID for 12 yo and they said I could just bring his birth certificate. We didn't have a problem, but next time we fly I plan on having an ID card for him.

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    In this day and age and with security at different airports the way it is, I would 'suggest' getting an id. It doesn't cost much and can be used for other things in the future.

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