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Old Jul 30, 15, 2:16 pm
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themicah
 
Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: NYC
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Originally Posted by Often1 View Post
If people weren't crooks, FAA would have the requirement and WN (and other carriers) wouldn't have to be so tough about it. There's a real temptation by people to save the $ and put their kid at risk at >2 and the only way to be certain is is to always require it.
Yet WN is the only airline I know of that has a proof-of-age requirement. I've never been asked for proof of age when traveling domestically with a lap child on any other airline, but WN asks for it even when the kid is only a couple months old and there's no way (s)he could be over the age of 2.
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