SINGAPORE – Ever have one of those flights when starting at takeoff, a baby screaming who just won`t shut up?
Well, Scoot Airlines, part of Singapore Airlines, is one more carrier that thinks it’s important to have a kid free zone on its flights.
For an extra 14 bucks, you can purchase a seat in a section where kids under 12 are not welcome.
Many of travelers are a little more sympathetic to traveling parents, while some feel it’s futile to expect a quiet flight.
Two other airlines have kid free areas on their planes, all in Asia.
According to a Harris Interactive poll, more people would rather sit next to a crying kid than a stinky adult.