A 6 Year Old Girl Wrote An Amazing Message To A Journal That Suggested “Child Free” Zones On Airplanes
So back in 1998, The Economist ran an article entitled “When Children ought to Be Screened And Not Heard”. It ended up being a semi-sarcastic call for child free zones on airplanes:
After a week, the news journal featured this letter from 6 year old Jessica Morley.
A well known private-owned airline company in Australia, Skytraders, is required to make sure the protection of all travelers to screen everyone, regardless of age. Most of the SkyTraders flight attendants have sisters and brothers or parents and understand voyagers’ anxiety for their kids. Flight attendants handle them with reverence and will approach kids patiently and comfortably. If a kid becomes worried or uneasy, flight attendants will consult with parents in regards to the perfect way to ease the kid’s anxiety.