child-free


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child-free

adj
making a positive choice not to have children
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Thomson, the UK-based holiday company, is set to register the busiest month for child-free holidays, as 190,000 'Dinkys' (Dual Income, No Kids Yet) plan to jet off on holiday this September.
My Violent Child C5, 9pm A night for the child-free to sit back and relax in their beautifully tidy homes and thank goodness they don't have any rugrats to complicate or ruin their lives.
NIGHT I'd head out in my hometown of Leeds for a rare child-free evening with my husband - we'd eat at our favourite restaurant, Sous le Nez.
ALMOST 70% of travellers think planes should have child-free zones, according to a survey.
His statement, intended as an attack on same-sex marriage, is also an assault on those of us who are straight, married and (whether by choice or otherwise) child-free.
Malaysia Airlines shifts stance on A380 child-free zones.
Malaysia Airlines shifts stance on A380 child-free zones Malaysia Airlines has moved to distance itself from reports that it would create child-free zones on new Airbus A380 aircraft when it enters the fleet in July.
Kargo Kids is a new programme which is designed to allow guests to travel on select child-free services, creating a quieter and more relaxing in-flight experience, while children travel in a special area of the aircraft.
CALGARY, April 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - WestJet today introduced Kargo Kids, an exciting new program allowing guests to travel on select child-free flights, creating a quieter and more relaxing inflight experience, while children travel in a "special VIP" area of the aircraft.
Skyscanner asked the same question to its users last year, which revealed that almost twice as many respondents (20%) wanted child-free flights, compared to the current poll in which only 12% claimed they wanted to see child-free flights.
It offers child-free summer breaks to 19 resorts in Europe and South America.
As many as 25 percent of people without children said they would like to see child-free flights, the survey found, with the biggest support (68 percent) for family-only sections on flights came from non-parents among the 2,000 people surveyed.