Would You Pay Extra for a Child-Free Flight? — Survey of the Day
It can be a pain to travel with kids. It's one thing when it's your own rugrat bopping around in their seat and harassing you about arrival times and quite another when the little rascal belongs to someone else.
In fact, a survey from Trip Adviser has found that 22 percent of air travelers list a child kicking the back of their seat as their biggest in-flight irritant, and another 22 percent answered that it was parents who can't control their kids.
Even more telling is that 37 percent of the survey's respondents would pay extra money to travel on a kid-free flight.