When Malaysian Airlines new Airbus A380-800 begins flying its Kuala Lumpur – London route July 1 there will be a noticeable absence for passengers on the top deck.
The airline is asking families with children under 12 to not book seats on the upper deck, which consists of 77 economy and 66 business class seats.
This isn’t the first time Malaysian Airlines has set up child free zones.
Last year the airline made the first class cabins on their 747-400 jets baby free by not equipping them with bassinets.
A move like this is sure to raise some very strong opinions for and against so let us know in the comments what you think about child free zones on airplanes.