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  • Scoot creates child-free 'silent' zone on planes

    Full marks to Scoot Airlines (never heard of em till now) sounds like a great idea.
    Scoot Airline Creates Child Free Zone

    "The airline's international head of marketing, Stuart Myerscough, said guest feedback had been "overwhelmingly positive" I can well understand why.

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    A policy that should have been instituted long, LONG ago!


    Java "Now if only it would happen here!" phile
    Toys! I must have new toys!!!

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    • #3
      Our very own Mod Scootagal (sometimes known as Scoots) has a pilot licence if i remember correctly; definitely involved in aviation. You haven't gone into partnership with Singapore Air have you Scoots?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by flynnaus View Post
        Our very own Mod Scootagal (sometimes known as Scoots) has a pilot licence if i remember correctly; definitely involved in aviation. You haven't gone into partnership with Singapore Air have you Scoots?
        When I first looked at the topic I read it as "Scoota_gal creates child-free 'silent' zone on planes". It wasn't until I read the post that I got it right.


        Java "Needs new glasses!" phile
        Toys! I must have new toys!!!

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        • #5
          Hahaha! No I'm in partnership in an aerial spray business! And I just pay pilots to fly for me, I don't have a pilot's licence.

          What a great idea but I wonder what the backlash is going to be from parents feeling "discriminated"...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by scoota_gal View Post

            What a great idea but I wonder what the backlash is going to be from parents feeling "discriminated"...
            I imagine the same lot that reckon kids should be allowed to run riot in cafe's will have a bit of a whinge.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Yelta View Post
              I imagine the same lot that reckon kids should be allowed to run riot in cafe's will have a bit of a whinge.
              In this post 2001 world of ours, people who run riot on aircraft tend to get plasti-cuffed and then gaffer taped to their seats... perhaps this rather eloquent method of maintaining the peace can be applied in cafes as well

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              • #8
                On the contrary, I think it is great for parents. Now if people complain about your noisy kids, you can respond with "so you should have paid for 'kid free'.

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                • #9
                  Now that the Libs are going to pay them more to have kids, the parents of the future will be able to pay extra to have them kept in a sound proof section of the plane.

                  Barry

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                  • #10
                    Cargo hold, maybe.

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                    • #11
                      I wish they would create a drunk adult zone for all those people that think a flight is supposed is a great opportunity to get smashed and annoy us while we are trying to enjoy our flights

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