Do you dream of having more peace and quiet on the plane? Corendon Airlines, a Dutch airline, will create child-free areas for some of its flights.
Thus, from the fall, an area will be reserved for adults in its Airbus A350s which operate between Amsterdam and the island of Curaçao, in the Dutch Caribbean.
The child-free zone will be located at the front of the aircraft and will have 93 seats reserved for travelers over the age of 16. Of course, tranquility comes at a price: 45 euros ($65) extra for one way.
The founder of Corendon Arline, Atilay Uslu, wants to satisfy passengers who want more peace and quiet during their flight and thinks that parents who travel with their children will be less worried if their children make noise.
It is the first European airline to offer child-free zones; some Asian companies such as AirAsia or Malaysia Airlines have already been doing this for several years.