Another airline creates child-free zones on their planes
Saturday 24, August 2013
llowing Malaysia Airlines' famous move to ban all babies from first class in 2011, another airline has created child-free zones on their planes.
Huffington Post reports that Scoot, a budget Singapore-based airline, will enact "ScootinSilence," where passengers can be upgraded to a 41-seat cabin of the plane (rows 21 to 25) where children under the age of 12 are banned for roughly $14USD.
What's more, the child-free cabin will have more legroom than the rest of the airplane. Check out the plane's floorplan here
Of the move, Campbell Wilson, the airline's CEO, said, "No offense to our young guests or those traveling with them - you still have the rest of the aircraft."
AirAsia X also introduced a quiet zone earlier this year.
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