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A new survey found that 4 out of 10 parents would leave their children alone in economy class if they were offered a free upgrade. Details at Walla! Tourism



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4 out of 10 parents would leave the children in economy class in favor of a flight upgrade

How far will you go to gain some quiet from the kids?

A new survey found that almost half of parents would leave their children alone in economy class if they were offered a free upgrade to first class

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Wednesday, 13 October, 2021, 11:20 Updated: 12:03

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Traveling abroad can be quite stressful, especially if you are flying with the kids. peace longed-for this.



A new survey published recently in the site Studyfinds found that four out of ten parents would leave their children alone in economy class, he would offer them a free upgrade to first class.



the survey, commissioned by the company Medicspot UK and conducted by OnePoll, measured attitudes Of 2,000 parents of children under the age of 18. More than 55 percent reported that they feared just the thought of boarding a plane with children.Therefore, nine percent claimed that they would leave their child in the tourism department regardless of age, to move to first class for free. Says that even if it is a baby or toddler, who will be left alone, is at the mercy of the air crew.

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It is surprising how far parents will go to gain the desired peace from the children on the flight (Photo: ShutterStock)

"Staying together on a plane can be a deterrent"

An additional 10 percent would leave the child only if he is 5 years old and older, and another nine percent would leave a child 10 years old and older.

An additional 12 percent, would leave the child behind only if he or she is a teenager.

The researchers explain that when we take into consideration the data shows that the average age at which parents would approve of leaving a child alone in coach, is 13.



"Family vacations are great, but there is no doubt guests together at the airport and on the plane can be a deterrent," said a company spokesman Medicspot, which commissioned the survey.

"We like to walk with our children, but when the opportunity arises, many of us would relish some free and pleasant time, at an altitude of 10,000 meters."

9% will leave their child in the tourism department regardless of his age (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Unpleasant from other passengers: tantrums and other troubles

Other interesting data emerge from the survey. For example, although most parents indicated that they hated the idea of ​​flying with their children, 76 percent admitted that they had done so in the past. When it comes to cases that cause concern among parents while flying with the children, the first and foremost concern is "inappropriate behavior on the part of the children." In second place are fear of flying and travel sickness (what is called "seasickness"). One in three parents said their children experienced a tantrum at the airport, before boarding the plane, and 36 percent felt embarrassed as a result of their children’s behavior during the trip.



Quite amusingly, many parents feel uncomfortable in these situations towards other passengers on the flight. More than half of respondents (55 percent) believe that families with children should be given their own space on the plane so that the rest of the passengers do not have to deal with the noise disturbance. And despite all this, the survey shows that one in five parents still plans to fly soon.



However, the fact that people continue to fly with their children is not surprising, given the fact that 83 percent of respondents testified that their best memories were created thanks to family vacations.




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