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Parents Have A Lot Of Thoughts About This Airline's Kid-Free 'Quiet Zones'

An airline based in India has announced it’s adding “quiet zones” to their flights, which means travelers who are under the age of 12 will not be allowed to sit in them. Last week, IndiGo airline tweeted that rows one through four and 11 through 14 on its flights will be designated as “quiet zones.” (The airline also tweeted that for safety reasons, children are not allowed to sit in rows with emergency exits.
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An airline based in India has announced it’s adding “quiet zones” to their flights, which means travelers who are under the age of 12 will not be allowed to sit in them. Last week, IndiGo airline tweeted that rows one through four a...

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