DETROIT(WXYZ) - If you've ever dreamed of a peaceful flight without kids, consider heading overseas. One Asian airline could be onto something.
AirAsia will offer a new "Quiet Zone" on flights starting in February 2013. The "Quiet Zone" will consist of rows 7-14, featuring ambient lighting and banning kids ages 12 and under. Patrons can book travel in the "Quiet Zone" at no extra cost.
The airline isn't the first to make a move like this. Malaysia Airlines has an adults-only section on it's london route. There are also reports that the airlines unofficially bans kids from first class seating.
AirAsia is a low-cost airline in Southeast Asia. The airline has operations in Indonesia, the Phillipines, and Japan.
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