Airlines, fliers benefit with children in the back

12/23/2012 | APEX Editor's Blog

Airlines should seat families with children in the rear of the plane, and can do so without shunning families, John Walton writes. The move could create a family zone rather than feel like a punishment. "It'd be better for the children, better for their parents, better for the airlines, better for first class passengers, better for business travellers, and better for everyone else on the plane," he writes.

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