Vogue Williams is wrong – childless airline passengers shouldn’t be expected to jump for families

children on airplanes. A reality, a pressure cooker – and sometimes a treat. As a childless person and frequent flyer, I can’t count the number of times my heart has dropped at the sight of a toddler climbing into the seat next to or in front of me, only to coo through an impromptu game of peep or hours later at their cute aviation questions smile.

At another time, four hours after a 12-hour overnight flight to Bangkok, the six-year-old is playing four rows up on a gaming machine. At full volume. Without headphones. Cabin crew are often reluctant to intervene at such moments, unless there is a full-scale meltdown in progress – when I inquired about this, a Thai Airways flight attendant just grimaced and said, “It’s a child.”

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