As discussed in our earlier blog, Ryanair is polling its passengers on whether they’d be willing to stand if it meant a free flight.
And the results are in.
Two thirds (80,000 passengers) would be up for the standing challenge, but for a third this apparently takes price sensitivity to the limit.
But Ryanair passengers are a democratic bunch and 60% believed that standing should be an option on short-haul flights.
To see the survey questions and results, read on.
If it meant your fare was free would you stand on a one hour flight?
If it meant your fare was half that of a seated passenger would you stand on a one hour flight? Yes: 42%
Do you think passengers should have a choice of standing on short flights as they currently do on trains, buses and underground transport?