Paying toilets onboard in Ryan airlines, just to lower the flight fares
Dublin: The top European budget air carrier, Ryan airlines chief suggested that the future passengers might be obliged to insert a British pound coin for access to the lavatory to get some in-flight relief.
He said that installing pay toilets would lower ticket costs make flying, somehow, easier for all.
It seems a bit strange when the nature calls at 30, 000 feet, and a wee price is 1 British pound for the passengers onboard.
Some passengers called it a bad idea, some said that they could go to the restrooms before going onboard and then they could tolerate the 3 hours flight and they would not drink too much during the flight.
If you are given a choice between wetting your knickers or not wetting your knickers, you would pay whatever the fee they make you pay, a Welsh woman said.
She added that the choice is simple not to fly Ryanair, if your dignity goes out of the window.
That is a nightmare scenario to keep the right currency in your pocket or beg your seatmate for a Euro to go to the restroom onboard.
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