Corendon Airlines introduces a child-free zone on its Amsterdam-Curaçao route

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Corendon Airlines will introduce a adults only area aboard his Airbus A350 flights between Amsterdam and Curacaowhich will be launched in the fall.

This area on the plane is intended for travelers traveling without children and for business travelers wishing to work in a quiet environment. It is arranged at the front of the long-haul aircraft and consists of nine XL seats with more legroom and 93 standard seats (out of a total of 432 seats available on the Corendon Airlines A350). The area is physically separated from the rest of the aircraft by means of panels and curtains, creating a separate environment.

On board our flights, we always strive to meet the different needs of our customers. We are also the first Dutch airline to introduce the Only Adult zone, as we try to appeal to travelers who are looking for more peace of mind during their flight. We also believe this can have a positive effect on parents traveling with young children. They can enjoy the flight without worrying if their children make more noise“, explained Atilay Uslu, founder of the Turkish-Dutch travel group Corendon, the parent company of Corendon Airlines.

Other companies offer a child-free zone on board, mainly Asian airlines such as Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia and Scoot Airlines, but this is the first time a Dutch airline has offered this option.

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