You won't have to worry about sitting next to someone with a crying baby anymore if you fly one airline.
According to the Boston Globe, Malaysia Airlines, which has banned babies in first-class sections on its Boeing 747-400 jets, also plans to do the same in its Airbus A380 super-jumbo jets.
The airline CEO answered questions about the policy via Twitter saying that the company received dozens of complaints from first class customers who spend a lot of money.
Some Twitter users questioned why the airline doesn’t try other nursing techniques, such as employing sky nannies and distributing baby blankets, reported CNN .
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