Friday, April 20, 2012

Freebie Friday: Child Free Flights Are Here

And personally, I'd take one just to get away from the cranks who complain about kids on flights.

Whether you're on my side, or on the side of the kid-haters (ooh, is that too strong a word?), you'll be pleased to hear that Air Malaysia has announced it will be segregating its flights by age. Frankly, its one of the few that could do so logistically, as it flies double-decker planes. The top decks will be child-free zones,  open only to those over the age of 12, while the bottom decks are open to anyone.

The flights will only be available on the airlines A3800 planes. The service is expected to start in July on flights between London and Kuala Lumpur. In September, they'll be adding child-free Sydney-Kuala Lumpur flights.

Want to hear more? Click on this link. 


  1. Great!! So the flight attendants will watch my kids downstairs while I am enjoying a peaceful flight upstairs?
    What a deal!

  2. Hello!

    It's a very good idea!! I should have appreciated so much when I was a kid. Because of the work of my father I had to travel a lot but, I was scared about flight. It could have been a better experience for me, if I could have spent a little bit of my time with other kids.


  3. Very true Allesandro. Anonymous: its a nice fantasy ;)

  4. The traveler was active; he went strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience. The tourist is passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him. He goes "sight-seeing.