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Asian airline creating “Kid-Free” quiet zones

Asian airline creating “Kid-Free” quiet zones
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AirAsia, a budget airline based in Southeast Asia, is now creating “kid free” quiet zones on their airplanes.  They will soon allow customers to book seats in parts of the plane where no young children will be within earshot.

This has been bounced around as an idea on some US airlines, and many customers are applauding it,  eagerly waiting for this choice to become available. Some foreign airlines are now no longer allowing frequent flyers to redeem their miles for children’s seats at the front of the plane. 

We want to know: how do you feel about kid-free zones, whether on airplanes or in restaurants? Leave your comments below.

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