Baby apartheid: Passengers with young children will have to sit at the back of the plane on AirAsia from February as the company has introduced quiet zones on its long-haul flights.
Getting some sleep can be hard enough on a long-haul flight.
But if you're sat next to a screaming child, the journey can be unbearable.
Now one airline company hopes to make it a more peaceful experience for some by moving all babies to the back of the plane.
AirAsia is reserving the first seven economy-class rows 'exclusively for guests age 12 and above,' according to its website.
When booking through the site, you can scroll across a chart of the cabin and pick a seat in the new 'quiet zones'.
And it won't cost you any more, except the regular fee charged for certain seats with more legroom.
Because the bulkheads and lavatories separate that section from the rest of plane and the premium cabin is generally filled with adults, those at the front will be well away from babies or toddlers.