Flights “Child Free” from October 2011 on Ryanair

Ryanair Airlines announced that it will introduce “Child Free” flights from October (winter schedule) after a Europe-wide survey of 1,000 passengers showed that half would pay higher fares to avoid other people’s children.

The survey showed that at least a third of passengers (36%) have had flights “ruined” by other people’s noisy kids with one in five passengers (18%) urging Ryanair to restrict the number of children on flights.

While the survey found that passengers would prefer to avoid other people’s children, it placed “blame” firmly with parents with top gripes being:

1.      50% Parents who expect ‘special treatment’ because they have children.

2.      25% Parents who allow children to annoy those in seats behind.

3.      15% Parents who board late and expect others to accommodate them.

4.      10% Parents who allow children to run in the aisles or kick seats.


Flights “Child Free” from October 2011 on Ryanair
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