In order to correspond with third parties, airlines often require a power of attorney form to be provided. This is a form on which the passengers declare that we are authorised to process and submit their claim on their behalf. We ask all passengers to sign this form. Please note this may not be done digitally (however, once the form is signed, it can be scanned or photographed), and in the case of minors, both parents will need to sign in their place. (If the passenger was a minor at the time of the flight but is now 18 years or over, this passenger may sign the form themselves.)
You have asked me to sign a power of attorney form. Why is this necessary?
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