An overwhelming majority of British airline passen

first_imgAn overwhelming majority of British airline passengers think that there should be child-free zones on aeroplanes, the results of a new survey have revealed.Some 79 percent of respondents to the TripAdvisor poll said they wanted to see child-free areas on aircraft, while 88 percent of travellers without children said they would like to see the introduction of adults-only sections.Commenting on the findings, a TripAdvisor statement said: “The most demanding aspect of family getaways lies in travelling to the destination.”Nearly one-in-five (19 percent) of parents said that travelling with their children was the “biggest headache” of a family holiday, while 16 percent said that the greatest challenge was finding activities that everyone enjoys.It was also revealed that almost half (49 percent) of parents admitted to allowing their child to be absent from school for at least one day a year in order to accommodate travel plans.Separate research by TripAdvisor recently showed that a quarter of British travellers feel more nervous about travelling on Friday 13th than any other day of the year. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedHolidaying Brits more likely to sunbathe than visit cultural attractionsBrits spend more time sunbathing and drinking in bars than holidaymakers from other European countries.Family Travel: flying with kidsSkyscanner’s guide to flying with children.10 tips for flying with kids: secrets of travelling with toddlersHow to keep your kids happy at 30,000 feet: a frequent-flying mum reveals her top tips.last_img read more