Airline bans kids from 'quiet zones,' frequent fliers rejoice2/4/2013
How did it take so long to come up with such a great idea? The AirAsiaX airline has launched "quiet zones" on its long-haul flights. Children under 12 are banned from the eight-row section, where passengers can snooze freely without a 3-year-old waking them up with a crying fit or seat-kicking tantrum. The extra cost for a seat in the quiet zone is a mere $11 and is now available on flights throughout Asia. Now we just need the "soul-crushingly dull anecdote about my business trip"-free zone, and all the stress of air travel will be gone. [Source]
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