Malaysia Air corrals kids

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In June ’11, Malaysia Airlines banned infants from flying in the first-class sections of its 747s. In July ’12, the airline became the first carrier to have a “no-kids zone” in one section of economy class.

For A380 Airbus flights, children under 12 flying economy class are restricted to the lower deck. In fact, the online-reservation system will not display upper-deck seats to passengers buying tickets for young children.

Malaysia Airlines offers some perks for families traveling with children: early boarding, special meals, onboard entertainment and, in some airports, child play areas.

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In June ’11, Malaysia Airlines banned infants from flying in the first-class sections of its 747s. In July ’12, the airline became the first carrier to have a “no-kids zone” in one section of economy class.

For A380 Airbus flights, children under 12 flying economy class are restricted to the lower deck. In fact, the online-reservation system will not display upper-deck seats to passengers buying tickets for young children.

Malaysia Airlines offers some perks for families traveling with children: early boarding, special meals, onboard entertainment and, in some airports, child play areas.