Is it fair to take small children on planes?
The phone-in at 9, 'Is it fair to take small children on planes?'
An airline is planning to offer baby free "quiet zones" on its flights. Air Asia says from February it will provide a "quiet zone" for passengers aged 12 and over at no extra cost. Certainly, there appears to be support for segregation. In April, a survey of 1,666 British adults by Jetcost.co.uk found that 53% supported child-free flights. A poll by Tripadvisor in August found that over a third of Britons would be prepared to pay extra to travel by air without the presence of children.
From 10, 'Have you ever done anything extreme for charity?' Mark and Tony join JVS in the studio to tell their story.
Your consumer stories at 11.