Starting July 1st, children under 12 years old will no longer be allowed on the upper deck of some Malaysia Airlines flights. The airline has also stated that babies will not be welcome in its first class cabin.
Last year Malaysia Airlines CEO Tengku Azmil posted on Twitter that the carrier received "many" complaints from passengers who buy expensive tickets for first class, but then can't sleep due to crying children.
Families with children will still be able to sit in the lower deck's economy class section. Malaysia airlines is branding this 350-seat section as child-friendly, with facilities such as eight toilets and its own entrance.
Read the full story at the Daily Mail.
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