06-06-2018 11:45 AMsrimurthy82
06-06-2018 01:23 PMelijahbrantley
06-06-2018 03:07 PMTheMiddleSeat
06-06-2018 05:02 PMrtbarron
You could always create your own certificate and send it to Southwest with a note requesting that the crew that worked your flight sign it. It may take a while to get around to all the crew for signatures but it would be an awesome keepsake for your daughter!
06-06-2018 05:42 PMbec102896
I would create one and ask the crew to sign it onboard just in case they don't have a certificate to give but they might have some wings they can give out though as I have seen those from time to time and depending on the crew they might let the first time flier take a peak inside the cockpit just talk to the crew as your boarding.
Also could you please edit your post to remove your confirmation number that's for your own protection.
hope this helps
06-06-2018 07:10 PMTheMiddleSeat
06-07-2018 06:58 PMLindsey
06-10-2018 11:35 PMPreciousxlisa
12-07-2018 11:02 PMShbrenne
I am taking my 4 year old grandson with me on a trip from Philadelphia to Tampa on Dec. 11. How can I get a First time flyer document?
05-10-2019 01:55 PMsbmills
Our grandson will be flying for the first time to Boston on the 17th of May. How do we request a first flyer certificate?
Thanks so much!