The Turkish-Dutch airline Corendon Airlines has started selling tickets to child-free zones in which there will be no children.
The zones were launched on a flight between Amsterdam and the Caribbean island of Curacao, Euronews reports.
The section called “Adults Only” is located at the front of the plane and is enclosed by walls and a curtain.
More than a hundred seats will be allocated for child-free zones: 93 standard seats at 45 euros and another 9 seats with additional legroom at a cost of 100 euros.
Seats can be reserved only by passengers over the age of 16.
Corendon notes that the child-free zone will have a positive effect on parents traveling with small children, as they will be able to enjoy the flight “without worrying that their children will disturb someone.”
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