Airline Baby Ban: Malaysia Airlines To Extend Baby Ban On First Class In Airbus A380 Jets

By on Jun 29, 2011 in Asia, Lifestyle, Travel, World Comments
Crying Baby
Crying Baby
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Malaysia Airlines will ban babies travelling in first class on its new Airbus A380 super jumbo jets, several international news sites reported on Tuesday, June 28, 2011.

Six Airbus A380s were reportedly ordered by the airline. The first aircraft is expected to be delivered by June 2012, reports said.

According to reports, the airline initially banned babies from the first class section of its Boeing 747-400 aircraft. Malaysia Airlines CEO Tengku Azmil reportedly told Australian Business Traveller that the baby ban will be extended to its Airbus A380 jets.

The baby ban was implemented by the airline after receiving complaints from first class passengers that they spend huge amount of money for the first class travel yet they are often unable to sleep because of crying babies.

People travelling with babies on Malaysia Airlines have the option to travel on business or economy sections instead.



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