European airline testing kid-free seating zone for adults only, but it'll cost extra
Wednesday, August 30, 2023
If you've ever had a crying baby near you during a flight, this announcement is for you.
Turkish-Dutch Corendon Airlines is testing out an "adults-only" zone.
Starting in November, the European airline will try the new feature on flights between Amsterdam and Curaao.
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The seats will be at the front of the plane for passengers 16 years and older.
The zone will cost a little extra - just under $50 or $108 with more legroom.
The airline says it's a win for both solo travelers and families.
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