Friday, November 12, 2010

Passengers Push For Child-Free Flights?

Oh, lovely article in the NY Times: Passengers Push For Child-Free Flights

FOR many people, it is the second biggest fear of flying: sitting next to a screaming, kicking, uncontrollable child.
How about: "Parents Push For Asshole-Free Flights"? I always LOVE flying next to the all-important businessman who just can't seem to turn off his phone on departure and can't wait to turn it back on upon landing.  And who couldn't care less about everyone overhearing his all-too-important business details.

"Buy, buy, buy!  Sell! Sell! Sell!"  "Tell Betty I said 100 copies of the presentation!"

I love the last sentence of the article quoting Anya Clowers, RN and proprietor of, a blog about flying drama-free with children:
"So consider traveling with noise-canceling headphones and try to remember: plenty of business travelers are annoying, too.

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