Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Child-free flying: Indian airline’s quiet zone aimed at business passengers

An airline’s decision to carve out child-free zones on their commercial flights is garnering mixed reviews from flyers around the world.

IndiGo, a budget airline based in India, announced last month it would be introducing the concept across its fleet where children under the age of 12 would be forbidden in certain sections of their planes.

According to a statement made by the airline to WTHR, the decision is aimed at accommodating their business travellers.

“Keeping in mind the comfort and convenience of all passengers, row numbers one to four and 11 to 14 are generally kept as a Quiet Zone on IndiGo flights,” the statement reads. “These zones have been created for business travellers who prefer to use the quiet time to do their work.”
11/10/16 Dani-Elle Dube/Global New
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