Will child-free zones on planes keep both kids and disgruntled passengers quiet?

Screaming children are the bane of many a single passenger. Now, amid all the grumbles of childless passengers and harassed parents, airlines are offering the warring factions a chance to sit further apart. Recently, Scoot Airlines, Singapore Air's budget brand, became the latest carrier to unveil child-fee seating zones. The program, called "Scoot in Silence," follows on the heels of AirAsia X the long-haul arm of the Asian budget carrier launching a "quiet zone" on their flights.

The operations are similar: under-12s are banned from the zones and cordoned off from the remaining passengers via a curtain, galleys and the exit doors (the space that usual separates business class from economy).

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Will child-free zones on planes keep both kids and disgruntled passengers quiet?

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