Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary wants passengers to stand on the budget airline’s flights, in a bid to pack in more people and boost profits.
Passengers would pay less to huddle next to what have been described as “bar stools”, with seatbelts around their waists. He is now hoping to get the go-ahead from the Irish Aviation Authority before ordering a new fleet. A Ryanair spokesman said: “If they approve it, we’ll be doing it.”
This is the same airline which is planning to make customers pay for using their toliet.
Comment written by “The Voice” says “Next he will suggest peddles so the passengers can help power the plane and save him the cost of fuel.”
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