11 year-old boy flies to Italy on his own without any ticket and passport / Manchester News

Manchester Airport has launched an investigation after an 11-year-old schoolboy without any travel documents managed to clear 5 levels of security and board a flight to Rome, alone.

11 year-old boy flies to Italy on his own without any ticket and passport

11 year-old boy flies to Italy on his own without any ticket and passport

Manchester Airport has launched an investigation after an 11-year-old schoolboy without any travel documents managed to clear 5 levels of security and board a flight to Rome, alone.

Transport Secretary Justine Greening has announced several high-level investigations after Liam Corcoran, 11-year-old boy flew from Manchester Airport to Rome without a passport, ticket, boarding pass, or any document, just on his own. The 11-year-old schoolboy passed through security without being checked, before boarding the plane flight.

Liam Corcoran had travelled less than 3 miles from a nearby shopping centre, before evading 5 security checks to successfully board flight LS791 to the Italian capital. The captain was only alerted to the extra passenger when holidaymakers raised concerns during the flight.

Manchester Airport Investigation / 11-year-old boy goes alone to Italy without passport and even any flight-ticket

Liam Corcoran, who had slipped away from his mum while out shopping, somehow managed to get himself to the Manchester airport – and then slipped through 5 separate security checks and then walk on to a plane to Rome.

It remains unclear how he has travelled to the Manchester airport, located about 2,5 miles away, but when he arrived he passed through security in Terminal 1 without any problems.

An airport spokesman said the 11-year-old boy, Liam Corcoran – who is obsessed with aeroplanes, trains and buses and known to the police for trying to jump on them – had been out shopping in Wythenshawe in south Manchester when he wandered off. The boy passed through security checks but was not asked to show any documentation.

Airline staff were alerted and when Liam Corcoran touched down at Rome, the boy was put on an immediate return flight to Manchester where his mum, police and an airport chaplain were waiting for him.

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