Journalist, Kellly Rose Bradford stirred up a bunch of controversy when she went on a U.K. talk show called "This Morning."
Bradford suggested airlines establish "child-free” flights, where kids are verboten — or maybe have separate seating areas for families with kids.
“We’ve got business class, we’ve got first class, why can’t we have a family section?“
she told This Morning.
"Surely that would be better for everybody? You’ve got miserable, moany people like me who do not want your delightful children wailing in my ear for my flight.”
Before you say she hates children, she has one herself. (still doesn't necessarily mean anything)
But what do you think about family flights?
When you put it in a way of "family flights" it doesn't sound so bad, does it? Would these flights cost extra? That wouldn't be fair, unless you're including a playground on the plane. Then we're talking...