Malaysia Airlines offers child-free zone on new Airbus
A humorous commercial showing kids flying cargo may have been an April Fool's Day joke by Canadian airline WestJet, but many travelers do harbor hopes for child-free flights.
Now Malaysia Airlines is taking steps to create a no-child zone on its flights.
Instead, those passengers will be asked to book in the 350-seat economy class zone on the main deck, which the airline has designated as its child-friendly zone.
In a statement, the airline cites the availability of extra family-friendly facilities, including eight toilets for the lower-deck economy section and a dual aerobridge that offers “speedier/faster embarkation and disembarkation for this group of passengers.”