It’s generally possible for unaccompanied minors to fly on a chartered private jet. However, depending on the operator, there are age limits. Some allow only as young as 12 or 13, while others may allow children as young as 7 to fly unaccompanied. Depending on the operator, a crew member may be required to accompany the minor to and from the aircraft. A flight attendant may also be required to remain in the cabin with the minor. These duties could accrue additional fees.
Typically, for any unaccompanied minor under the age of 16, a Chain of Custody form is required to be filled out by the minor’s legal guardian. The person listed on that form will then have to present ID when picking up the minor.