Airline Offers 'Quiet Zone' Away From Young Children

Passengers on Scoot, an offshoot of Singapore Airlines, can upgrade to a child-free area.
2:07 | 08/27/13

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for peace and quiet. Then, it happens. Reporter: One unhappy passenger makes his presence known. Now in a growing trend, several airlines are taking steps to change that. Scoot, the low-cost carrier of singapore airlines, is offering customers to upgrade to a silence zone. Customers are promised exclues sievety and privacy, as under 12s WILL BE SOMEWHERE ELSE. And each seat comes with the most coveted prize of all, extra leg room. Malaysia airlines and air asiana has zones. No offense to our young guests or those traveling with them. You still have the rest of the aircraft. You see him going for it right there. I would pay not to have to sit next to my screaming kids. Your own screaming kids. How about you? I don't know. You get more humble about this when you have a child. The dirty looks I used to get when I would get on the airplane. But I also fly for business. You have research to do. And you're exhausted. And you are -- there's nothing relaxing about it. You have to get the movie ready and -- and you can't get off. That's the thing. There are such compelling arguments on both sides. You're a parent, you can't control kids. You have to travel with your kids. If you're traveling for business, you don't want to be a part of it. To me, it's why it's the airline's responsibility to create zones where everybody feels comfortable. There's a family zone. There's a zone where travelers can sleep. The sam zone. The only thing that really bugs me is if the parent isn't trying. If the mom and dad are trying, I'm okay with it. There's a difference between a crying baby who might have an ear thing, what can you do? And a 6-year-old, who is misbehaving and kicking the seat and jumping up and down. We're going to get to things

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