This European airline will have adults-only seating on its flights

If you’ve ever had a crying baby seated near you during a flight, you know how disruptive it can be. This past April, a man had an outburst on a Southwest flight when a crying baby woke him up. 

One airline is trying to avoid that by being the first in Europe with dedicated seating zone for passengers 16 years or older.

Turkish-Dutch Corendon Airlines is testing the “Only Adult” zones on flights between Amsterdam and Curaçao starting in November, according to a press release

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