Indigo introduces quiet zone, no premium seats for children
September 25, 2016
Budget airline Indigo is introducing a new policy that bars children below age 12 to get extra leg room seats.
These seats have been named the "quiet zones" and passengers travelling with young children, or unaccompanied minors, cannot pre-book by paying extra for these premium seats.
This is to ensure that premium flyers are not disturbed by the noise made by children.
Premium seats have extra leg space and better sitting for people who do not mind paying little extra.
This is the first time that an Indian airline has introduced a quiet zone service.
However, parents travelling with small children are not happy about it.
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