Are you seeking a peaceful, relaxing getaway without loud children disrupting your flight? I have found the holy grail, my friends!  Corendon Airlines is introducing an adult-only section on flights to Curacao from Amsterdam, perfect for those seeking a child-free vacation that starts at the airport. Read on to learn more about this exciting new option for travelers.

Corendon, a leading travel company, has recently launched an exciting new offering for travelers seeking a peaceful, relaxed flight experience. Introducing the Only Adult zone on their flights between Amsterdam and Curaçao, Corendon aims to cater to travelers without children who value a quiet environment. Starting from the 3rd of November, these flights can be booked through Corendon’s official websites – corendon.com, corendon.nl, and corendon.be.

What is the Only Adult Zone?

The zone is a dedicated section in the front of the aircraft designed exclusively for adults. This section will feature nine XL seats with extra legroom, providing ultimate comfort during long flights, and 93 standard seats. To ensure privacy and a secluded environment, it will be physically separated from the rest of the plane using walls and curtains.

Benefits

For travelers without children and business travelers, the special zone offers a range of benefits that enhance their flight experience. One of the key advantages is the quieter atmosphere compared to other sections of the aircraft. This allows passengers to relax, work, or sleep without any disturbances. The absence of children ensures a serene environment, making it an ideal choice for those seeking tranquility.

Additionally, the XL seats in the zone provide extra legroom, allowing passengers to stretch out and enjoy a more comfortable journey. This is especially beneficial on long flights, as it helps prevent stiffness and discomfort. Whether you want to catch up on work or unwind, the Only Adult zone provides a dedicated space for you to do so

How to Book the Seat

Booking a seat in the exclusive zone is simple and convenient. Remember, it is only available from November 3rd and on the flights to Curaçao from Amsterdam. So this information is only good news when you’re traveling from Europe.

To reserve your spot, visit Corendon’s official websites – corendon.com, corendon.nl, or corendon.be. During the booking process, you will have the option to select seats in the child-free zone. Remember that these seats are subject to availability, so it is recommended to book in advance to secure your preferred seat.

It is worth mentioning that this zone is exclusively for travelers aged 16 and above. This ensures that the environment remains peaceful and caters specifically to adults.

Finally, Child-free travelers are heard!

With the introduction of this special zone on their flights to Curaçao, Corendon has taken a step towards providing a tailored and enhanced travel experience for specific groups of passengers: Child-free travelers, like me! Now we no longer have to stick to traveling off-season. So, the next time you plan your trip to Curaçao, don’t forget to take advantage of this new feature and enjoy a tranquil journey with Corendon. I know I will!

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