Child & Infant Ticket

I. Definitions of Child Passenger and Infant Passenger

Child passenger: refers to any passenger who is over 2 years old but less than 12 years old on the day of checking in.

Infant passenger: refers to any passenger who is over 14 days old (if the passenger is a premature, he/she must be over 90 days old) but less than 2 years old on the day of checking in.

II. Certificate Requirements

For child tickets and infant tickets, it is required to provide the valid certificate proving the birth date of the child, infant passenger, e.g. for domestic flights, the mainland residents should provide the original copy of birth certificate, identity certificate or household register; the overseas passengers should provide the original copy of non-PRC passport, Home Return Permit (for Hong Kong residents), Mainland Travel Permit (for Taiwan Residents). for international and regional flights involving exit and entry, it is required to verify the passenger's identity with Customs and Exit and Entry Department, so as to confirm the passenger's applicable certificate of exit registration.

III. Purchase Notes

Ticket type Fare Seat Requirements for the accompanying adult(s) Remarks
Child Ticket Domestic flight Purchase by 50% of the corresponding full fare of first-class cabin, business-class cabin and economy-class cabin, with no airport construction fee and half fuel surcharges. When the adult fare is less than 50% of the full fare, and the child seat booked at special fare, the re-issuance should be handled according to the rules of corresponding cabin With seats Only the adult over 18 years old (including) could carry child(ren)/infant(s). If you take a flight actually operated by Shenzhen Airlines, there isn't any restriction on the number of children accompanied; if you take a code-shared flight, the number of children accompanied shall be subject to the requirements of the actual carrier.
International flights Purchase by 75% of the corresponding published discount price of the business-class cabin, economy-class cabin, and the re-issuance shall be handled according to the rules of corresponding cabin. If the adult passenger ticket is a special offer ticket, the child passenger ticket fare should be subject to the price inquired by the system. All taxes and dues shall be subject to those inquired by the system.
Infant ticket Domestic flight Purchase by 10% of the full fare corresponding to first-class cabin, business-class cabin and economy-class cabin, with no airport construction fee and fuel surcharge. Without seat Each adult passenger could carry at most two infants, otherwise a child passenger ticket should be purchased for each extra infant.
International flights Purchase by 10% of the corresponding published discount price of the business-class cabin, economy-class cabin, and the re-issuance shall be handled according to the rules of corresponding cabin. If the adult passenger ticket is a special offer ticket, the infant passenger ticket fare should be subject to the price inquired by the system. All taxes and dues shall be subject to those inquired by the system.

Warm Prompt:The ticket service level (refers to first-class/business-class/economy-class) of child passenger must be consistent with the actual ticket service level of the accompanying adult. E.g. if the accompanying adult purchased a first-class ticket, the child passenger must purchase a first-class child passenger ticket, and is not allowed to purchase a economy-class child passenger ticket.