Airline introduces ‘quiet zones’ to ban children from planes

Airline introduces ‘quiet zones’ to ban children from planes
 

Indian airline IndiGo has introduced the controversial ‘quiet zone’ policy for its premium seats. 
Children below the age of 12 are banned from these parts of the plane. 
The chosen sections are in the front of the cabin and over the wings where passengers enjoy more leg room. 
IndiGo announced rows one to four and 11 to 14 will be kept child-free for a calmer environment.
The airline’s statement said: "IndiGo endeavours to extend courteous and hassle-free experience to all passengers. 
"These zones have been created for business travellers, who prefer to use the quiet time to do... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 35
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