Rafi Mauro-Benady, 26, a journalist from London, said he thinks it’s a good idea to have principal-only flights for adults only, but asking for it is a “first world problem”.
He told Express.co.uk: “In a cost of living crisis and with global warming through the roof, is it practical and reasonable to suggest we have extra flights purely because someone doesn’t want to hear something for a two hours extra?
“If you don’t want to hear anything for an extra two hours, I think there’s a strong argument that you either take a train there if it’s a European flight, or don’t go on holiday at all.
“On the other hand, there’s also an argument to argue that demanding adult-only flights is a really first-world unpleasant thing to do.”
Rafi added that he would “in no way give two vultures” if there were adult flights or not.
“There’s also the ethical concerns, such as the environment,” he said.
“If, hypothetically, all these adult flights were run on chip fat, I’d probably pay for it.
“But I think it’s selfish to drive the last nail in the coffin of the ozone layer just because you don’t want to hear a child talking to its mother.”