This Airline Tells Passengers If They’ll Be Sitting Near A Baby
Japan Airlines is offering a new tool for passengers who are looking for peace and quiet. This new feature appears as an icon on your screen in the form of an animated baby's face. It allows the passenger to see if a small child aged eight months to two years will be sitting near them. The passenger then has the luxury of deciding to book his/her seat or upgrade. The new tool isn't exactly perfected yet. If the seats we're selected by a third party or if they were booked using award tickets, the icon may not appear.
While some customers were thrilled to learn about the new feature, some customers believe its unnecessary. Some customers have said that dealing with infants is part of flying and that practicing patience does the soul some good. Japan Airlines offers flights to major cities such as Seattle, LA, Chicago, New York, and Boston.