Malaysian Airlines

Tengku Azmil has been engaging in a lot of baby talk lately. And so have more than 600 readers of this blog, but more on that later.

The Malaysia Airlines chief executive, whom you can find on Twitter as @tengkuazmil, has been bombarded with questions in the Twitter-sphere this week about the pros and cons of the airline's policy of banning infants from first-class cabins.

"We already hand out noise canx headphones in 1st class. They don't work so well for babies crying," he tweeted in response to an inquiry. To another: "It's only 1st class tho."

To be clear: The airline won't let infants travel first class, whether on passengers' laps or in seats of their own. Infants are, however, allowed in the business and economy classes. It's been that way for several years, I learned from one of Azmil's tweets, so he's been doing a lot of explaining over the years.

Malaysian Airline
Malaysian Airline
Malaysian Airline
Malaysian Airline
Malaysian Airline
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