Would you pay more to sit in “kid-free” class?
FRIDAY FORUM: One airline thinks you'll happily shell out between $40 and $100 for a little peace and quiet
When Turkish discount airline Corendon announced its "Only Adult" section this week, the timing was perfect. Air travel was hell this summer, and many grown-ups came home with stories about screaming kids who made their flights unbearable.
Corendon plans to introduce the new no-kids section on one route, the 10-hour flight from Amsterdam to Curaçao.
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