For some of its foreign flights, a European airline is introducing a adult-only section.
The “Only Adult Zone” will be present on Corendon Airlines’ flights between Amsterdam and Curaçao, which are scheduled to start on Nov. 3.
According to the carrier, this area is for business travellers and other passengers who are not carrying children.
Atilay Uslu, the founder of Corendon, stated that the airline is the first Turkish-Dutch one to do so and that it is aiming to appeal to “to travelers looking for some extra peace of mind during their flight.”
There will be nine extra-large, roomy seats in this area, which will be in the front of the aircraft. 93 basic seats will also be available. The carrier added that the area will be totally divided from the rest of the plane by walls or curtains.
To reserve a seat in this area, a passenger must be at least 16 years old. Passengers will pay 45 euros for a one-way ticket for the basic seats. The price for the extra-large seats is 100 euros for one way.
Uslu stated that this part benefits “positive effect on parents traveling with small children” as well.
“They don’t have to worry as much about possible reactions from fellow passengers” if the child gets fussy or cries, the carrier explained.
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