Thursday, February 07, 2013

"Child-Free" Seating Zone on Air Asia

Air Asia X, the long-haul branch of budget carrier Air Asia, is now offering a child-free seating zone on some of its flights. Beginning this week, kids younger than 12 years old are "strictly off-limits" in the first seven rows of economy class on most of the company's flights.  The airline operates flights between China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Australia and Nepal. According to the carrier's website, passengers can choose to sit in this 'Quiet Zone', which also features special ambience lighting, for the standard seat-selection fee of $11-$35.

The airline joins Malaysia Airlines, who recently banned all children under 12 from the upper-level economy deck in its Airbus A380s on the Kuala Lumput- London Route. Contact a Professional Travel Agent today to book your next Asian vacation!

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