Malaysia Airlines: No Babies on Board

It's the sound we all dread: the squelch of a baby just as you are boarding the plane. And we are all thinking the same thing - "please don't be sitting near me!"

First class passengers on Malaysia Airlines, rest assured. The airline, which operates out of Kuala Lumpur, has already imposed its 'baby ban' on the first-class cabins of its Boeing 747 jumbo jets.

The airline company has also announced that it will not be installing bassinets in the luxury areas of the new Airbus A380s.

For more information visit www.malaysiaairlines.com.
 

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