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AirAsia X to create child-free quiet zone starting 2013

Published on Sep 26, 2012 8:03 PM
 
An AirAsia X Airbus A340 passenger jet arrives on its inaugural flight from Kuala Lumpur to Paris Orly Airport, in this Feb 14, 2011 file photo. The long-haul arm of Malaysia-based budget carrier AirAsia said on Wednesday it is to ban young children from sitting in the first seven rows of its economy-class section to create a "quiet zone". -- PHOTO: REUTERS

KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - The long-haul arm of Malaysia-based budget carrier AirAsia said on Wednesday it is to ban young children from sitting in the first seven rows of its economy-class section to create a "quiet zone".

According to the airline's website, the first seven rows on AirAsia X flights will be restricted to passengers aged 12 and above from February next year.

The cost of choosing a seat in the quiet zone will be the same as the RM35 (S$14) charged for picking specific seats or the RM110 it costs to select a seat with extra legroom.

"We know that sometimes all you need is some peace and quiet for a more pleasant journey with us," the low-cost giant said on its website.

 
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