Four airlines have taken the extreme step of declaring kid-free zones on their aircraft to try to ensure a more peaceful flight for their adult passengers.
Malaysia Airlines was one of the first to declare a zone in the First Class of its 747s and Airbus A380s as well as upper deck Economy cabin of its A380s. Another Malaysian airline, AirAsia X, has also declared the first rows of economy on its Airbus A330 aircraft a Quiet Zone (kids under-12 are not allowed).
Thai Airways has no bassinets in its upstairs economy section on Airbus A380s making it a baby-free zone. Similarly, Singapore based low-cost carrier Scoot does not provide any bassinets in its ScootBiz business class cabin.
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Four “no-kids zone” airlines putting business travellers first