Non-Stop Flight? Depends!
October 13, 2011 Leave a comment
When it comes to flying, I have some “issues.” Mental blocks, less than rational thought processes. But the latest cost-cutting measure announced by Irish discount airline Ryanair is something I can
stand sit behind!
The airline has announced its reducing the number of on-board lavatories to make room for additional seating. (This, by the way, from the same airline that earlier toyed with charging fliers a fee to use the plane bathrooms.) Now, when flying the friendly skies it will be important to go, before you go. Don’t worry, the planes will still maintain one lavatory on board for those who insist on using the facilities while flying.
I’m perfectly fine with this move. (Brace yourself for some of my crazy flying theories.) Why? I don’t believe untrained professionals should be moving about the airplane in the first place. We should remain seated at all times, only the flight crew should be permitted to walk around the, they’re trained after all. I’m not a fan of people getting up to use the bathroom, hold it, or as the Daily Mail advises: Cross your legs and prepare for take-off.