Sunday, 1 March 2009

Will Ryanair Charge For Using Onboard Toilets?

The low budget airline Ryanair is rumoured to be contemplating charging passengers to use the on board toilet facilities. The budget airline vows to offer low price basic tickets and then charges passengers for extras such as additional luggage, airport check in, on board snacks and for credit card payments. It is possible that Ryanair will adopt this new charging policy for the on board toilets, but I for one think this is stretching the definition of the term “extras” a little too far. It is too much to charge passengers to use the toilet because it is surely a human being’s right to go when they need to. Imagine a scenario whereby you do not have the cash to on you to go to the loo. Surely you would not be expected to hold it from say London to Madrid.

Ryanair have recently tried to squash any rumours, and have deemed them untrue. They state that the airline will not be introducing a pay per use toilet scheme in the near future.



At 27 April 2009 at 01:28 , Anonymous gabriele said...

That Ryan Air question looks like an April joke. Or perhaps they will sell disposable nappies to everybody before boarding the plain. Then they'll charge you for a gaz mask. What next? Air freshener will not help.

At 27 April 2009 at 01:31 , Anonymous Gabriele said...

Oups, a spell mistake in my last comment.
I must be excused, please...
I am not a native English writer.


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