Another business travel cost?

27 February 2009
It’s been a big week for budget airline Ryanair – first it divided opinion by letting us text and make mobile calls mid-air and now it’s looking at charging customers who want to spend a penny during a flight. Chief executive Michael O'Leary told the BBC that the Dublin-based carrier was looking at maybe installing a "coin slot on the toilet door". In these cash-strapped days, it could make even the shortest trip feel like an uncomfortable lifetime. Flying is big for businesses and lot is still spent on corporate travel. Would a loot for the loo policy change your view on whether to buy from a low cost airline?
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