First, it banned babies from first class, and now Malaysia Airlines has declared a child-free zone on its Airbus A380s.
The child ban applies to the upper deck economy section of its jets, restricting children to the lower deck, Australian Business Traveler reports.
The move was revealed in an advisory issued to travel agents which stated that children under 12 would be banned from the section on its new super jumbo, which is set to make its debut on July 1.
It hopes that the adults-only cabin will ensure a more enjoyable flight for business travelers who have to fly in economy. Read the whole story here.