Has your plane been destroyed by a crying baby? An airline initiative means that this may soon be a story.
A Japanese airline has created a tool to show passengers where babies will be seated in a plane.
The new seat mapper, launched by Japan Airlines, indicates seats booked by those traveling with young children using a child icon.
"Passengers traveling with children between eight days and two years who choose their seats on the JAL website will receive a child icon displayed on the seats on the seat selection screen," Sounds in a statement at Japan Airlines Airport.
" This lets other passengers know that a child can sit there. "
It has not yet been seen whether other airlines around the world will follow suit.
The initiative has received a mixed response. Founder Rahat Ahmed drew attention to the policy on Twitter, praising it to supporters and urging another airline , Qatar Airways, to take note.
A number of Twitter users agreed with Ahmet, saying they would welcome such policies on flights and tagging. Other airlines.
However, other users took issue with Ahmed's tweets and asked for "tolerance" instead of baby flagging guidelines.
"Get over yourself," one person wrote.
This is not the first time an airline's policy toward parents and babies has been disputed.
<p content = "Earlier this year there was a riot on social media after the & nbsp; The Dutch airline KLM asked a lactating customer to cover up who shared their experience in a Facebook post. "data-reactid =" 52 "type =" text "> Earlier this year, there was a riot on social media after the Dutch airline KLM asked a breastfeeding customer to retire, sharing their experience in a Facebook post.  Another woman asked the airline to clarify their breastfeeding policy on Twitter, and the airline replied that while breastfeeding on flights is permissible, if other passengers are offended, they may be asked to cover up – cue riots.
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