President of Irish budget carrier Ryanair Michael O’Leary poses prior to a press conference in Madrid in Sept. 2011.
Source: Eyder Peralta / NPR
For a long time, the Irish economy airline Ryanair has been the leader in slashing costs. It’s also been known as the airline that made the current nickle-and-dime model of charging for food and carry-on luggage popular.
At one point last year, Ryanair briefly considered charging passengers to use the toilet. Now, Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary has put another cost-saving plan on the table: Removing two of the three on-board lavatories to make room for more seats.
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