The kid-free zone is a cheap buy; costs range from $11 per ticket to $35.50, CNN reports. But its effectiveness is questionable.
The so-called “Quiet Zone” that bans kids has softer lighting but is sectioned from other seats by toilets and bulkheads, CNN reports.
“You’ll still hear the screams … if a child has strong lungs,” said George Hobica, founder of Airfarewatchdog.com, according to CNN.
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