AirAsia X Child-free Zone

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AirAsia X Child-free Zone

AirAsia X has introduced a new “quiet zone” on its long-haul services, strictly off-limits to children under 12.  Rows 7-14 of the economy cabin on AirAsia X A330-300 services to China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Australia and Nepal will now cater for those in search of some “peace of mind”, with soft lighting and a child-free policy.

As well as being child-free, the quiet zone will feature soft lighting, intended to provide a “more relaxing cabin atmosphere”, according to the airline.

“We are pleased to carry out another new product option for our guests,” said AirAsia X’s Chief Executive Officer, Azran Osman-Rani. “This product enhancement allows our guests to have a more pleasant and peaceful journey with minimal noise and less disturbance.”

The quiet zones will be available on AirAsia X’s flights from Kuala Lumpur to destinations in China, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Australia and Nepal.
What is Quiet Zone?

  • Quiet Zone is an exclusively reserved area between rows 7-14.
  • Guests who are travelling with infant or children under 12 will not be eligible to book seats in Quiet Zone.

Why pick Quiet Zone?

  • Minimal noise with no disturbances.
  • Strategically located right behind the Premium Seats.
  • Special ambience lighting.
  • Standard pick-a-seat fee of RM 35 for Economy and RM 110 for Hot Seats applies.

Who is eligible for Quiet Zone?

  • Any Guests from age 13 and above.
  • Any Guests who are NOT travelling with children (age 12 and below) including infants.

How to Book the AirAsia X quiet zone ?

Guests wanting to book the quiet zone can select it as an option in the “pick-a-seat” stage of the online booking process. It will be charged at the same rate as a standard seat selection fee.

  1. Simply choose the pick-a-seat option during the booking process.
  2. Ensure there are no infant or children travelling as they are not allowed entry in the Quiet Zone.
  3. Pick a seat within the Quiet Zone area.

 

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