A second airline has added a childfree “Quiet Zone” and the debate continues! Read the news here.
Asia Air has announced this new service, available for a fee in 2013, and I learned of it in a “mommy” column in my city’s newspaper’s online site. Normally I wouldn’t read anything with “mommy” in it, and I almost never read the comments (usually so snarky), but I couldn’t resist seeing how this cause was faring. And guess what? It’s getting more support!
What do you think? How much extra would you pay for a seat in the Quiet Zone?
Kathleen Guthrie Woods is a Northern California–based freelance writer. She is mostly at peace with her childfree status.