Japan Airlines Helps Passengers Avoid Sitting Near Children

Japan Airlines lets its passengers know where children are seated on the plane so that they can select the best seats.

The seating menu does this by showing a "baby icon" to indicate where a child (under the age of 2) will be sitting.

On the flip side, some parents may want their children to sit near other children during long flights. So this is a win/win!

The response of the airline's new feature came with praises by many on Twitter.

Of course, if you do happen to be near a screaming child on a plane, you can always pull out your noise-canceling headphones.

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