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This is a good tool. My 7-year-old son flew unaccompanied for the first time during Thanksgiving via Delta and it worked very very well. Delta doesn't allow children to fly unaccompanied on flights with connections -- only direct flights. This is good in the sense that there is nowhere for the child to be lost or waiting, other than on the tarmac. One tip: get to the airport early enough so that you and your child can look for other children near his/her age so that there is someone to play with and talk to on the plane. Parents of these children were very willing to, unofficially, watch-over my son. One father even suggested that we exchange phone numbers so that he could alert me when they were on the ground. The airline also has someone onboard to watch-over the unaccompanied child, but it's even added peace of mind to know that your child is happy and stimulated and occupied while onboard.

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