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Quiet time on flights has become a hot topic over the years, with numerous surveys suggesting a demand for child-free zones on aircraft.
Last year, Malaysia Airlines banned children from the top deck of its A380 aircraft on its London to Kuala Lumpur route. Earlier this year, Asian budget carrier AirAsia X introduced a similar adult-only zone.
The latest airline to introduce a special child-free zone is Singapore Airlines’ budget carrier, Scoot. Children under 12 are banned from the “Scootinsilence” cabin, located behind business class and with more leg room than economy.
Passengers can upgrade to the zone for £9.