October 13, 2011 by staff
Ryanair Toilets, Since fare-paying passengers do not seem willing to spend a pound to spend a penny on board Ryanair flights, the company’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary, has decided to begin removing health services its fleet of aircraft.
This is apparently the latest cost-cutting move by the largest airline in Europe and the budget, if enforced, will result in the removal of two or three bathrooms now integrated into every commercial aircraft Ryanair .
Speaking to The Independent UK sheet, O’Leary said, asking up to 190 passengers per flight to share a single bathroom, his company expects to fall in flight fares around five per cent (approx. 2GBP on a ticket of 40GBP).
“We are trying to push Boeing to re-certify the aircraft of six squares, particulatly for short haul flights,” said Ryanair chief. “We very seldom use all three services on board our aircraft anyway.”
Although Ryanair has failed to completely abandon toilets on board, it remains likely that queues will form a disgruntled passengers in the air once and will probably be a nightmare for the cabin crew when clearing the hallway before landing .
Therefore, it is perhaps worth bearing in mind the old adage of “going before you go”, where Ryanair is concerned, especially for inbound and outbound tourists in the longest route between Liverpool and company Rhodes (which lasts four hours).
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