Sometimes and for some reasons your child has to fly alone. For a parent, a child’s unaccompanied flight often brings a bothersome feeling. Whether it’s a trip to your child’s grandparents or school related trips, you can arrange a successful and worry-free solo trip for your child when you plan well ahead of time. If it’s a last minute trip, you can minimize your worries by choosing a non-stop flight. But, if it requires a change of planes, always remember to give your child written instructions on what to do in case of a delayed connecting flight. It’s also a great idea to gather some flying tips from traveller friends and air carriers.