Do you ever wish that you could book your flight and choose your seat, knowing where a child is seated so you can sit far far away and enjoy your flight in peace and quiet?
Flying for a lengthy journey is always exhausting, particularly when young children are on board, screaming non-stop. We've all been there.
Fortunately, Japan Airlines has a great feature on its reservation system, where you can see a baby icon when selecting your seat, so you know exactly where to sit and not to sit.
A traveler recently noticed the feature and took a photo of the airline's baby logo seat chart, thanking Japan Airlines on Twitter.
Why has this not been done before? And why aren't all airlines doing this?