Airline offers baby-free 'quiet zones' on flights9/26/2012
For many of us (the childless ones, anyway), few things about flying are as excruciating as a crying baby. We know, babies have to travel too, but when you're trapped in an aluminum tube six miles in the air, nerves get rattled and fuses get short. The folks at AirAsia — a budget airline operating in Southeast Asia — feel your pain, and beginning next February, are offering baby-free "quiet zones." The carrier said it would reserve the first seven economy rows for passengers who are 12 and older, at no extra cost. Don't expect any American carriers to adopt this plan, though; experts said this policy would be difficult to implement in the U.S. [Source]
Would you sit in a child-free zone?