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WestJet introduces child-free cabins

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boydhop
Boyd Hopkins 2
Oh. If only.
luv4tn
luv4tn 2
Once I had a flight from JFK to STR and for the whole flight there was one kid crying. I don't blame a scared kid, but in that case on the "parents" that didn't even care. Tensions in the cabin were rising and if the flight would taken one hour longer some passengers might have done something they later would have regreted. Especially on long haul flights it is an idea that should be considered.
crk112
crk112 2
Ugh too bad this was an April Fools... I would have flown exclusively on WestJet for the rest of time lol
Tuantran
Tuan Tran 2
Comm'on, guys! this was an April Fool joke from the airlines !
jmols
jozef mols 2
If this would not be april 1st, it would be a great idea. In the past I travelled many times from London to Bahrain on a Qantas night flight, full of screaming children (continuing to Australia). If this idea would have existed at that time, my flights would have been a lot easier, certainly if I would have travelled on April 1st.
mboette
mboette 2
I'd pay $50 more, each way, for a kid free flight.
cfiblythe
I fly myself for 3k more, just to be free from kids who have a baby sitter insead of parents. My 3 kids never acted a fool nor like an animal in a zoo. Instead they showed respect to others around them.
grs52
Gary Robert 1
Hey, April Fool's or not, we were all kids once. And don't tell me how your parents would have beaten you within an inch of your life if you misbehaved. Your childhood memories might not coincide with reality.
dcapano
Daniel Capano 1
My child was always well-behaved on our flights. I have no problem with the kids, it's the lazy ass parents who should be put in cargo. I would gladly pay extra for child-free flights, simply for the peace and quiet. Too bad this wasn't serious - it could have started a trend if just one airline had the brass to do this.
JavierDunlaoghaire
Wot a great flight it would be....no kids...ahhhhhhhh
joeleier
Joseph Leier 1
I love flying west jet. They use humor in their announcements as well. Check out their last years prank as well.
74743gustav
fine hope just the begin
toolguy105
toolguy105 1
Don't show this to RyanAuor they might just implement this for the right fare.
jrsc
jesse murga 1
Yes!!
AccessAir
AccessAir 1
Actually enforcing dress codes on airlines would be nice....
At6reo
At6reo 0
I totally agree with you. I'm tired of seeing people flying in flip flops,pj's,dirty stinky tee shirts.
FedExCargoPilot
They should seriously continue for this...
onceastudentpilot
tim mitchell 1
sure it's a joke...lol.....I guess...lol....however if anyone hates kids that bad they can always A)charter a flight or B)learn to fly...lol
FedExCargoPilot
Its not that we hate kids but there should be a cabin for ages 13 plus because kids can be a pain in the you know where in a enclosed tube at 35000ft. Its not like you can just get out of restaurant and leave, its like a sentence
alistairm
alistairm 2
Agreed. If you don't like public transportation, then get off and go private.
wx1996
wx1996 1
This is a joke - watch the video, link in the article.
http://www.westjet.com/guest/en/deals/promo-code/april-fools.shtml

Good Video!
phil1810
Phil Brailey 1
You get kicked in the back. You put up with lots of yelling and screaming. As usual, the parents(ferels) couldn't care less. Children under 13 should be banned. So should alcohol and fat people.
chilemansterve
Steve Carter 3
Yes and also passengers who constantly whine about other people!
Josephgirone
Joseph Girone 0
It may be a joke, but I think it's a great idea! LOL
stol701
stol701 0
Good. Now if they can manage to keep out the rest of the Hoi-Polloi airline travel can be enjoyable again.
ACE1
GEORGE VOSCH 0
WOW!!!!! IT'S ABOUT TIME...THANKS WEST JET
CaptainArt
Arthur Baumanns -2
I wish they did this in restaurants. I have told management but they won't do it. I raised my kids to behave in public and when my wife and I go out for what we hope is a nice quiet dinner, so often we get screaming kids placed next to us which ruins the dinner. This separation of kids in one section of a plane should have been done decades ago.
alistairm
alistairm 3
It was an April fools joke.
alistairm
alistairm 2
I suggest you stop taking your wife to McDonalds then, lol.
JetMech24
JetMech24 2
Nice quiet dinners are for home, not public.

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