In a somewhat controversial move, Japan Airlines is rolling out a new feature in their seat selection process and map where infants and babies are shown to passengers so they can plan accordingly.
For some, this won’t be much of a change, but for those who might want to clock a few more hours of sleep without any interruptions, you can sit further away from a potential screaming baby.
As a caveat, JAL says that they can’t guarantee seating arrangements as travel agencies and tours may not accurately reflect on their map.
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