I completely understand that children have a tough time with air pressure on their little ears & they cry when the cabin pressure changes. That is not what is being outlined here. There are a lot of children being raised to expect constant and immediate gratification of all their whims. They have no ability to entertain themselves or the discipline to interact socially in public situations. Air travel is in no way conducive to children raised this way. Most children are well behaved & actually quite delightful to travel with and I travel at least 100k miles per year. If an airline wants to create a portion of the plane for people over 12, no problem. If an airline wants to ban infants & young children from business and first class, no problem.
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- endenogatai said: Disgusting, and discriminatory. We’ve all been bothered by ill-behaved children on flights, setting up segregratory regulations and practices is not the solution.
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