A UK reporter and mother would prefer if you didn’t bring your baby aboard your next flight.

Kelly Rose Bradford said last week on a British talk show that airlines should establish “child-free flights.”

“Is it really necessary to take a tiny baby on a long flight? I think there’s an element of selfishness from parents who insist on not changing their lifestyle once they have their children because there are some things that just aren’t practical,” Bradford said on “This Morning.”

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Bradford said that airlines could offer entirely child-free flights or just have family sections on planes.

“We’ve got business class, we’ve got first class, why can’t we have a family section?” she asked.

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