Airline restricts crying kids on planes
If you are someone who is tired of crying kids on planes you could be getting some quiet in the air.
Air Asia-X flights launched a program this week to keep those noisy kids away from you, but for a price.
They are calling it "quiet zones" and children 12 and under are no longer allowed in the first seven rows on certain flights.
To sit in these seats you have to pay between $11 and $36 for the privilege.
The airline primarily serves China, Japan, South Korea and Australia.