Airline Baby Ban
June 30, 2011 by staff
Airline Baby Ban, Malaysia Airlines has become the first major airline to ban babies from the first-class cabins on its aircraft, and will extend the ban on super jumbo A380. CEO Tengku Azmil the airline confirmed the decision in a Twitter exchange with the Australian Business Traveler magazine, which said the airline has no upcoming A380 cots, cribs flight necessary for babies to fly, installed.
Parents who wish to fly with Malaysia Airlines’ fleet currently limited to the cabins of business and economics, which have cots available.
In a discussion with followers on Twitter earlier this month, Azmil said the decision was a difficult decision, but “many complaints also first class pax dat dey hv to spend money on first class & can not sleep due to babies crying “.
When asked by the magazine about the provision on board the Airbus A380 Malaysia Airlines will launch next year, Azmil said: “We are planning to adhere to our policy r, for now.”
As the airlines that a significant proportion of their income from premium passengers (who tend to be business people who travel alone), it is perhaps surprising that the demands of first class passengers have priority over parents.
Last month, the British travel agency launched Thomson Holidays “Couples Thomson,” a vacation experience that guarantees a vacation that would not have children at your destination.
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