Malaysia Airlines: No Infants in First Class

There have been so many discussions about whether children should be allowed in premium cabins, but for the first time that I can think of, an airline has made a ruling in favor of peace and quiet: Malaysia Airlines has banned infants from its first class cabins on flights between Kuala Lumpur and Sydney, London and Amsterdam.

Before you start rejoicing or complaining, the move was made because first class cabins on the 747-400s flown on these routes are not able to handle bassinets. Babies are still permitted to fly business class, and I am still permitted to be annoyed whenever I walk through the business class cabin and see babies sitting there.

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