New European Airline Adult Section, Is Not What You Think
It’s not what it sounds like. A new European airline adult section is not what you think it is!
No, it’s not the new mile high club. We have quiet cars on trains. They have created adult only hotels. Now, adults only, on planes?
Lets face it. There is nothing more disrupting than cranky kids. Don’t get me wrong. I love the little adorable annoying creatures. In fact I have two of them. Sure, now they are grown up. One of these days I’ll share the story of little Matt, hiding on me in the clothes rack at Marshalls. I’m still in therapy for that.
Toys, Snacks, Tablets, Help!!
Hey, I feel for parents of young children, or of ANY age! Flying with small children is a whole new level of drinking, I mean, challenge. You need the patience of Mother Theresa to stay calm. Expert Moms and Dads rotate, snacks, toys and devices to keep kids occupied during long, international flights. There are countless blogs sharing advice on what to do. It truly is an issue.
You may or may not see this at Boston’s Logan Airport. A European airline is attempting to solve the lifelong problem of trying to blend adults with kids on those long international flights. According to Yahoo Finance, Corendon Airlines may have come up with a brilliant plan for adult passengers, and parents flying with kids.
The airline says, they want to create the zone for travelers who want a peace and quiet, who want to work on business. But also, it would benefit parents of young children who may worry less about upsetting other passengers.
I wish Corendon Airlines the best of luck with their new European Airline Adult Section.
But save me a Vodka Collins just in case, one for each kid I’m sitting next to in coach.