child. In the travel industry, a designation used to determine fares and other rates. The precise definition varies from carrier to carrier and hotel to hotel. Generally, a "child" is at least two years old, as opposed to an "infant" who is younger. The upper limit can be anywhere from 11 to 18 years of age.
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