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Some fliers prefer children neither seen, nor heard nearby

7:20 AM, Feb. 21, 2013
Jessica Bennett and her son Jonah and husband Josh in a still taken from a video made by Kare-news. Jonah was slapped on a flight.
Jessica Bennett and her son Jonah and husband Josh in a still taken from a video made by Kare-news. Jonah was slapped on a flight.
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A 60-year-old man accused of slapping a crying toddler on a Delta flight earlier this month has put a spotlight on one of the most tension-filled aspects of flying -- how irritable passengers on a packed plane co-exist with crying children.

The incident, which has led to an assault charge being filed against the older flier, has also rekindled a debate about whether airlines should carve out sections that are adults only, an idea that some passengers support, but some industry observers say won't fly.

The tension between adults and pint-size seatmates is "pretty significant," says Brandon ...

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