Indians want child free zones in planes


DELHI
Following the news of Air Asia X and Singapore-based Scoot implementing child-free zones on their aircraft, Skyscanner undertook a survey among 1,000 Indian travellers to find out if they thought it was fair to make certain rows child-free.

The survey discovered an overwhelming 73% Indians agreed that it was high time that airlines start banning children under 12 from certain sections of the plane.

The study revealed that more men were in favour of the move with close to 400 male travellers welcoming such zones on-board flights as compared with 330 women.

Read full report here, Travel Daily Media

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