A third of passengers would be willing to pay higher airfares to ensure child-free flights, according to new research.
The study undertaken by TripAdvisor of more than 2,000 Brits, found that children are one of the biggest frustrations of flying.
According to the survey, 37 percent would be willing to pay higher fares for an adult-only flight.
22 percent of respondents said that children kicking the back of their seat was the most annoying, while another 22 percent said that parents not controlling their kids was the most frustrating.
29 percent of people also claimed that inconsiderate seat recliners were the biggest problem.
“Whether we can expect to see any airlines offering child-free flights in the future remains to be seen, but it's clearly a topic that fiercely divides opinion," said a spokesman for TripAdvisor.
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