On long-haul flights to Curacao, the airline has introduced adult-only zones

Corendon Airlines, a Netherlands-based airline, is set to launch an adults-only zone on their Airbus A350 aircraft on flights from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport (AMS) to Curacao International Airport (CUR) by November 2023. This will make Corendon the first Dutch airline to introduce child-free or adults-only zones in flights.


The adults-only zone will consist of 93 standard seats and nine XL seats with extra legroom. The zone will be physically partitioned from the rest of the cabin by walls and curtains. A seat reservation in the adult-only zone will cost €45 per single journey and an XL seat in the zone will cost €100 each way. Only passengers aged 16 and above will be able to access the zone.

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While the zone is aimed at people who want child-free travel or to be able to work uninterrupted while flying, it could also help any parents traveling, easing them of any anxiety about their unsettled children affecting fellow passengers. Over recent months, travelers being agitated by crying babies has been a sore point, with some instances causing flight diversions.

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This new concept introduced by Corendon Airlines is an interesting development in the aviation industry. It remains to be seen how successful this initiative will be and whether other airlines will follow suit.

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