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Cool Dad Rules Podcast: ‘Airline Launches No Kids Section’

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Interesting idea, but don’t expect it to reach domestic airlines. Want to survive a screaming baby flight? I’ll tell you how in this one! ~ Bill

A Turkish-Dutch airline called Corendon Airlines will be introducing “adult-only zones” for flights between Amsterdam and Curaçao starting in November.  That’s usually a 10- to 11-hour flight.

The airline said, “[It’s] intended for travelers traveling without children, and for business travelers who want to work in a quiet environment.”


Hear the latest Cool Dad Rules Podcast episode here: