British fliers don't like kids on board, survey says

According to a recent survey of British fliers, they say that drunk or over-talkative passengers are not as worse as unruly children on flights. One-third of participants say they would pay more to sit in a child-free zone. "It's perhaps surprising that airplane passengers are generally less bothered by drunks, rude cabin crew and talkative neighbors than they are by children who may just be bored, excited or even anxious," said Caroline Lloyd, who represents, which conducted the research.

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