Airline offers 'child-free' flying

Kids banned from area of planes

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SINGAPORE - It can be a traveler's worst nightmare: Being seated next to a crying baby on a plane.

One airline hopes passengers will pay to sit in a non-child section.

Scoot, the budget division of Singapore Airlines, has added a "quiet zone" option dubbed "ScootinSlience."

The "ScootinSlience" area of the plane would ban any children under the age of 12, according to USA Today.

The airline is charging passengers roughly $15 to sit in the child-free zone.

According to reports, the "ScootinSilence" cabin will feature 41 seats that will provide passengers extra legroom.

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