The list of documents required for boarding is determined by the nature of the flight. When flying within the country, it is enough for a passenger to provide an original civil passport and a boarding ticket. Minor passengers under the age of 14 will need an original birth certificate.
In case of registration for an international flight, adult passengers must provide an original foreign passport. Children can be entered in the parent's passport if the document was issued before March 2010. Seafarers provide a copy of the national seafarer's identity card.
Be careful! If a minor goes on a trip without an accompanying parent or guardian, then a copy of the notarized consent for the departure of the child must be attached to the foreign passport. The notarial document reflects the country or list of countries that the minor plans to visit, the dates of entry and exit.
Before departure, you should get advice from the consulate of the country acting as the destination. The consulate employee has detailed information about visa requirements and other conditions that the passenger must comply with. Keep track of the validity period of each document. If the passenger's passport is expired, then he will be denied registration for the flight.