(NEW YORK) -- Malaysia Airlines has banned babies in first class sections of its Boeing 747-400 jets. The airline also plans to implement the "no-babies" policy on its newer Airbus A380s, its chief executive told Australian Busines Traveller via Twitter.
CEO Tengku Azmil says the decision stems from complaints from passangers that they spend money on first class, yet are unable to sleep due to crying infants.
The carrier's new A380s are expected to take flight next June.
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