Banning babies from flights: The debate rages online

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Crying kids can be the bane of their existence for business travelers on flights. 

But should kids be banned from flights? One writer, a mom with a 12-year-old said, yes during a talk show in the UK.

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Kelly-Rose Bradford asked:

‘Is it really necessary to take a tiny baby on a long flight? I think there’s an element of selfishness from parents who insist on not changing their lifestyle once they have children because there are some things that just aren’t practical.’

Bradford then suggested child-free flights, the ‘Today’ show reported.

‘We’ve got business class, we’ve got first class, why can’t we have a family section?’ Bradford asked.

People on both sides of the argument took to Twitter to state their cases either for or against #childfreeflights.

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