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Woman, 24, says she’d pay ‘SO much money’ for an ‘adults-only flight’

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Airline passenger sparks discussion over adult-only flights after her three-hour trip was ruined by a whining girl who kicked her seat – saying she’d pay ‘so much money’ for a child-free cabin

  • Austria-based Morgan Lee, 24, called for ‘adults-only’ flights after a 3-hour journey
  • The student claims she was disturbed by a crying child during the flight
  • Comments were divided as some said the situation was ‘more difficult for mum’

A woman has gone viral after claiming there should be an adult-only air travel option.

Morgan Lee, 24, who is from the US but lives in Vienna, shared the idea in a TikTok video after listening to a crying child on her plane.

The student said her three-hour journey was relentlessly interrupted by the young passenger, despite having noise-cancelling headphones on hand.

A woman's TikTok has gone viral after she filmed a young child crying during a flight, admitting she would pay 'SO much money' for 'adults only' air travel

Morgan Lee, 24 – who is from the United States but currently lives in Vienna, Austria – filmed herself looking tired leaning against the airplane window. She sparked a debate over adult-only flights, saying she would pay ‘so much money’ for a child-free cabin

In the clip posted last week, which now has over 687,500 views, Morgan wrote: “The flight lasted 3 hours and I listened to this the whole time.

She added: ‘The child was GOOD over 5 years old and they sat directly behind me kicking my chair while the mother was asleep.’

However, it seems the commentators were divided.

Some pointed out that it’s “more difficult for moms,” but others, including parents, admitted they “want an adult-only flight, too.”

One wrote: ‘I don’t have children, but even I have the maturity and grace to accept my situation, especially when children are involved.’

In the clip posted last week, which now has more than 687,500 views, Morgan wrote: 'The flight lasted 3 hours and I listened to this the whole time'

In the clip posted last week, which now has more than 687,500 views, Morgan wrote: ‘The flight lasted 3 hours and I listened to this the whole time’

Another joked: ‘As a parent, I agree 100%. I’d like to be on a plane and not get dirty looks or grunts from angry people who don’t like kids/noise.’

A third wrote: “As a woman who used to get very frustrated with this, I promise you that now (as a mother) the mothers are already stressed because we KNOW everyone else is crazy.”

However, some parents defended Morgan’s ironic suggestion for air travel.

‘I’m a mom and I agree! I would pay more for an adult only flight,” one user wrote. ‘Why is everyone so busy?? She does not propose to throw them aboard.

However, it seems the commentators were divided, with some pointing out that it was

However, it seems the commentators were divided, with some pointing out that it was “more difficult for mommy”, others – many parents themselves – admitting that they “want an adult-only flight, too.”

Another said: ‘As a mother, I also want an adult flight…’

One wrote: ‘All the commentators are the ones who make their kids scream for 5 hours like it’s not stressing 200 other people. Whatever.’

Another commented: ‘Idk why you get hate. You don’t give anyone a dirty look or yell at anyone, you just say you would pay for a child-free flight. People need to chill.’

It’s not the first time passengers have asked for a child-free flight.

In a 2012 poll, a third of Britons admitted they would be willing to pay higher fares if it meant a child-free flight.

However, some parents defended Morgan's ironic air travel suggestion

However, some parents defended Morgan’s ironic air travel suggestion

According to TripAdvisor’s survey, 22 percent of respondents said a child kicking the back of their seat was their biggest annoyance on flights, and a further 22 percent said parents were out of control of their children and their greatest frustration was to watching them idly when flying.

A 2017 study by Airline watchdog also found that more than half of respondents believed that families with young children should ‘sit in a separate area of ​​the plane’.

According to travel blog A childfree happily ever afterA number of airlines have taken steps in the past to make flights more comfortable when young children are on board, including ‘quiet zones’, ‘flying nannies’ and soundproof curtains.

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