August 29, 2010

Study says over half of fliers want kid-free zones on planes

We love kids, but according to a recent Skyscanner study, more than half of all fliers polled would prefer to have a kids-free zone on planes and 20% would prefer to have altogether kids-free flights. It brings to mind Stilwell from A League of Their Own, when he goes up and down the bus aisle, happily hitting all of the sleeping passengers. We highly discourage reactions to disruptive children like that displayed by Tom Hanks in the film.

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2 Comments on “Study says over half of fliers want kid-free zones on planes”

  • Posted by Dulce Burke on August 30, 2010 at 3:42 pm

    Customer always ask..Why don’t you have a kid section. The children are very disruptive when business customers are trying to work.

  • Posted by JetBlue on August 30, 2010 at 3:48 pm

    Hi Dulce,

    Thanks for your inquiry. It’s actually not possible presently to determine which of our Customers are kids, because someone may book 5 tickets for their family and, while we have their names, we don’t actually have their ages listed or any other information that would help us- or other airlines- distinguish this information.

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