Are you tired of crying kids disrupting your time in the sky?
An overseas airline has launched a new effort to help frustrated passengers.
Air Asia is calling it the "quiet zone."
Children under 12 are no longer allowed in the first seven rows.
A curtain will also separate the zones and there's a private bathroom.
The price to sit in a quiet zone ranges from $11-36 a flight.
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