While travelling on a plane, among all the things you might hate, from turbulence to paying extra money for your luggage, having a crying or, even worse, a nosy baby (who takes a keen interest in what you're doing) will probably be near the top of the list of contenders. But a Turkish airline has come up with a solution.
Yes, that's right. Starting this November 3, Corendon Airlines' subsidiary airline -- Corendon Dutch Airlines -- is set to introduce a first of its kind adults-only segment on its flights connecting Amsterdam and Curaçao.
By providing exclusive seating for passengers aged 16 and above, the Dutch airline aims to enhance the flying experience for "both travellers with and without children".
According to the airline, this zone on the plane is intended for travellers travelling without children and for business travellers who want to work in a quiet environment.
At the same time, the introduction of the adults-only zone is also beneficial for parents travelling with children. They don't have to worry as much about possible reactions from fellow passengers if their child is unruly or crying and so on.
While Corendon is the first European airline to offer an adults-only option, similar initiatives have been implemented globally in the past.