Budget airline unveils child-free zone

Budget airline unveils child-free zone

Scoot Airlines, the budget subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has introduced child-free zones.

Children aged 12 and under are banned from the 41-seat "Scootinsilence" cabin at the back of the aircraft.

Passengers can upgrade to the zone for an extra £9. It also offers more leg room than economy class.

In February, Air Asia X introduced a baby-free quiet zone on some flights for no extra charge.

Malaysia Airlines also banned infants from first class cabins on its Airbus A380 and Boeing 747s last year.

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