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Japan Airlines has been praised by passengers for the booking process which shows the seats are taken up by the baby’s

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It seems that most people, who just don’t want to sit next to a baby, if she is going to fly by. Now, one airline is helping its customers to avoid being caught in such a situation.

Customers flying Japan Airlines will have noticed that there is a unique function of the reservation process. Just like most of the other airlines, seat selection, is a map that shows which spots have been taken. In contrast to the others, but the show, which is reserved for children who are 2 years old or younger.

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The seating chart has a picture of a baby’s face, a seat for a child, a traveler, explain on Twitter.

The Japan Airlines ‘ web site describes their seating process for the children, saying: “the Passengers who are travelling with children between the ages of 8 days and a 2-year-old, who are in their seats on the JAL website and it will be a child, appears in their seats at the session selection screen. This will let other customers know of a child that can sit up.”

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The website does clarify, however, that there are a number of situations in which the child’s icon may not be displayed. If a ticket is purchased through any other web site or as a part of a guided tour, or the awards program, its icon may not be displayed. Also, if the plan is changed, the pre-flight of the icons “may not be correct.”

On Twitter, some users are praising the item. A response that simply said, “That’s great.”

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Other members, however, wanted to remind you of the other passengers, those babies can’t help crying. As a user, it is said, “As a father of 5 and have traveled with each and every one as an infant at one time or another, I will try to do everything I can to prevent them from crying. It is very difficult for the parents as well. And don’t forget: it’s only for a day. You’ll have to survive the flight. Chill out.”

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