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Japan Airlines (JAL) has introduced a new feature on its reservation system that indicates which seats on the plane will be occupied by babies for up to two years by marking them with a baby icon, circled

Airline introduces a new seat card that shows where babies & toddlers will be on the run

  • Japan Airlines has introduced the new feature on its online booking system
  • A baby icon indicates where babies & # 39; s are under the age of two
  • Passengers went to Twitter to praise JAL for the warning when selecting seats
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Sitting near a screaming toddler never makes for a pleasant flight.

But an entrepreneurial airline has devised a handy way to (possibly) stop this situation.

Japan Airlines (JAL) has introduced a new feature in its booking system that indicates which seats on the aircraft will be occupied by babies for up to two years.

Japan Airlines (JAL) has introduced a new feature on its reservation system that indicates which seats on the plane will be occupied by babies for up to two years by marking them with a baby icon, circled

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Japan Airlines (JAL) has introduced a new feature on its reservation system that indicates which seats on the plane will be occupied by babies for up to two years by marking them with a baby icon, circled

During the seat selection phase of making a booking with the courier, all seats taken by a young child are marked with a baby icon.

The Japan Airlines website states: & # 39; Passengers traveling with children between 8 days and 2 years old who select their seat on the JAL website will receive a child icon on their seat on the seat selection screen.

& # 39; This tells other passengers that a child can sit there. & # 39;

Some passengers went to Twitter to praise Japan Airlines for the new feature on the booking site

Some passengers went to Twitter to praise Japan Airlines for the new feature on the booking site

Some passengers went to Twitter to praise Japan Airlines for the new feature on the booking site

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Since the new feature went live on the JAL website, some passengers have praised Twitter.

Rahat Ahmed wrote: & # 39; Thank you, @JAL_Official_jp for warning where babies & # 39; s are planning to scream and scream during a 13-hour journey. This should actually be mandatory across the board. & # 39;

While Kathy Wilkson has added: ‚ÄúTotally agree Rahat, screaming babies are not welcome anywhere … and especially on long flights!

JAL points out that the seat plan indicating where babies are only works if passengers book via the website of the carrier

JAL points out that the seat plan indicating where babies are only works if passengers book via the website of the carrier

JAL points out that the seat plan indicating where babies are only works if passengers book via the website of the carrier

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& # 39; No noise escape, but noise-canceling headphones do help. & # 39;

However, JAL points out that the seat plan indicating where babies are only works if passengers book through the carrier's website.

The baby icons are also not displayed if the aircraft changes.

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