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No Kids Allowed: Malaysia Airlines Corrals Children Under 12 into Special Zone

Last month, TIME’s Newsfeed shared the launch of the dreamily named Nanny in the Clouds, which pairs up travel-weary parents flying with kids with babysitters who just happened to have booked the same flight. About to embark on a six-hour flight with my three kids, I logged on, punched in my flight number and received [...]
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