Four ‘No-Kids Zones’ Airlines Prioritizing Business Travellers

Malaysia Airlines and Thai Airways are two of the four airlines flying from Australia, which prioritizes the needs and comforts of business travellers over families with infants.

Malaysia Airlines has been identified as one of the first airlines to proclaim kid-free zone in its aircrafts. As per the proclamation, children under the age of 12 years are barred from Boeing 747 and Airbus A 380 first class cabins. In addition, the Economy Class of A 380 aircraft is also banned for infants.

Thai Airways ensures adults only upper deck for Economy Class on Airbus A 380 aircraft. The upper deck is designed with no bassinet cribs specifically catered to the travellers avoiding little screamers.

Written By :- Shania Brendon (284 Posts)

Shania Brendon Living with her husband and toddler son amongst the pristine foothills of Scotland, Shania works for TravelCenterUK composes blogs related to a variety of travel-related niches; as she possesses a deep-seated childhood passion to constantly dig about the latest on this particular field! Her exclusive experience towards this vast arena of travel is derived from the constant reading of travel guides published all over the world, along with one-on-one globetrotting sessions! Other hobbies include cooking, shopping and mundane homemaker chores (and yes, this is from an ironic point of view!).



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