This Airline Has Introduced An Adult-Only Zone For Hassle-Free Travel

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How long have we been bothered by crying babies on the flight and suffered throughout the journey, for there is nowhere to go? 

The good news is that Europe’s Corendon Airline has started an initiative where people can choose the adults-only zone, and no kids are allowed to enter the zone. The initiative has been taken to ensure smooth travel for passengers without worrying about crying babies. 

The flight will pilot the no-kids zone for a 10-hour flight between Amsterdam and the Caribbean island of Curacao. 

Anyone who opts for this will be charged 45 Euros, well that’s the extra price you have to pay for your peace, but it’s worth it. Isn’t it? 

As per the reports, the first 12 rows will have standard 93 seats and nine large seats, which will be separate adult sections. People above the age of 16 can avail of the offer. 

The initiative has been taken considering that the business travellers will be able to work in a calm and peaceful environment, and it will also be a relief for young parents who are worried about disturbing their fellow passengers. 

These flights will start from 3rd November onwards. Well, Corendon is not the first flight to do so. Other airlines, such as AirAsia X and Scoot Scoot, a Singapore Airlines, also have a silent zone where passengers below the age of 10 and 12, respectively are not allowed. 

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