That screaming baby in aisle 32 could soon be banished to its own 'crying zone' if respondents of a new air travel survey get their way.
Three in five childless air passengers would like to see family-only sections on planes, says the poll.
The survey, carried out by travel research site Skyscanner, also found that some childless passengers would like to even more extreme measures to protect them from howling kids and their parents, with one in four saying they would like completely child-free flights introduced.
Nearly 70 disagreed with the idea because they believed people should sit where they liked, whether they had kids or not.
Only 31% of parents said they were in favour of an allocated section for family.
What do you think? Should planes introduce child-free zones?