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How Much Would You Pay to Fly in a Kid-Free 'Quiet Zone?'
But sitting outside of earshot of children under 12 isn't the only benefit. This area also has more legroom than other sections of the plane and a 35-inch seat pitch -- about four more inches than in regular economy seats. More room and less noise? This might be a fee that's actually worth some extra cash.
Last year, Malaysia Airlines banned infants from some first-class planes after receiving complaints about noisy children. Meg Nesterov, Gadling's resident baby travel expert and Knocked Up Abroad columnist, weighed in on the issue.