Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has moved to distance itself from reports that it would create child-free zones on new Airbus A380 aircraft when it enters the fleet in July (ATW Daily News, March 12). In a spate of reports, the carrier said it would ban children under 12 from the upper deck of the new planes. However, MAS said that when the main deck is full “we will still accommodate such demand in the 70-seat upper deck economy-class zone of our A380.”  “Arising from ...

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