Starring Gerard Depardieu: Le Dernier Toilette (The Last Toilet)
If Ryanair are genuine about their plans to install another six seats in some of their Boeing 737s flying the shortest routes by removing two of the three toilets, passenger’s tickets may go down by as much as 5% according to Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary.
Yet these plans may never amount to anything more than talk, similar to Ryanair’s proposal to charge passengers £1 to use their onboard toilets in 2012. Although Ryanair appear to have considered the practicalities of flying with just one toilet onboard, I’m sure if these plans were brought into effect O’Leary would wish to discourage Gerard Depardieu from flying with Ryanair.
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