Seats in rows 1-4 and 11-14 in the premium class cabins aboard airplanes operated by IndiGo have been designated as quiet zones and they cannot be booked in advance for unaccompanied minors and children younger than 12 years of age — resulting in the airline facing criticism as a result of adopting this particularly controversial policy of not permitting children younger than 12 years of age to sit the premium seats, which have extra leg space, better armrests and seat cushioning.
FlyerTalk member SAN 1K wants to book a Ticket for Unborn Un-named Child for international award ticket travel for next summer. The ticket may be purchased by either frequent flier miles or money.
Find out what problems and issues SAN 1K could face in attempting to book airline tickets for someone who does not even have a name yet, let alone has not been born.
Congratulations to SAN 1K on the new addition to the family!
On another note, I want to thank chrissxb for submitting the idea of highlighting this thread in The Gate.
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What started as a discussion about ease (or rather lack of) Qantas top elites upgrading, has morphed into a debate on what to do if an elite passenger (travelling without baby) pre-selects a bulkhead bassinet seat that is later needed by another passenger. Read about it and add your thoughts here.
FlyerTalk member Jon Maiman is not kidding around when he says that he wants to know whether or not to put his one-year-old daughter in a car seat as they travel on three flight segments in each direction aboard aircraft on their itinerary when they travel to Hawaii this summer.
What do you think?
Buckle your seat belt and post your advice in the To Car Seat or Not To Car Seat, That is the Question… thread.