Should Infants Be Banned From First Class? Photo: Thinkstock / The Bump
International airline Malaysia Airlines now has a new seating policy for its Boeing 747-400 jets -- no babies allowed in first class! According to NBC, the new rule comes after multiple complaints to air officials from other passengers. Some are saying this new policy could lead to a trend in other airlines too. And earlier this year, some flights have been deemed adult-only. We get it. Childless passengers who paid extra want to enjoy a little peace and quiet in business class. But what about the moms who want to pay more to have more room and greater comfort while they’re traveling with an infant? After all, that’s no easy feat.
Do you think babies should be allowed to sit in first class on airplanes?
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