I mean wow. Just wow.
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I mean wow. Just wow.
Sounds good. I would charge them back if they want me to flush.
business decision ever. Amazing.
Wait until passengers start relieving themselves in their seats and the airline has to pay someone to clean it up.
Just shows how removed from reality the people are who think these things up.
This typifies their total disregard for the customer. It isn't like you are walking in off the street to use a restaurant bathroom. You paid them for a freaking ticket.
"I'm sorry, sir, we don't have change for a fifty."
Que the lawsuit.
You know how they collect cash for alcohol. Well, some airlines are picky about having correct change (i.e. ones, fives, etc.)
Anyway, what if the poor bastard only has a $50 bill or not enough quarters to feed the toilet flusher. Is he supposed to hold it?
I assume you're kidding...?
When I first heard of McNamara terminal i thought of Robert McNamara, the former Secretary of Defense.
High ranking government officials sometimes have airports and other random things named after them.
Different McNamara. The DTW terminal is named after Edward McNamara who was the Wayne County Executive for many years.
Wait until the first time they make someone sit on the tarmac for three hours waiting to take off. Then they'll get some customer feedback.
is feedback a euphemism?
Post of the week.
Wow, this is almost as bad as extending the parking enforcement hours in downtown AA until 9pm.
Let's make people think twice about spending time and money in downtown A2.
I probably speak for myself only, but I hardly ever use airplane bathrooms, especially on short flights. If I had to pay a little to use it though I would. But how does this work? Do you have to insert a dollar in the door for it to open? Is there a flight attendant waiting outside the door to take money? This could get awkward.
I've flown Ryanair a few times. They are fantastically cheap with absolutely no frills. Charging for restroom use is a weird idea for Americans, but I doubt it'll significantly cut into their customer base.
Charging for restroom is no big deal.
They charge on the ground, why not in the air?
On a flight from London to Ireland, my flight was delayed for an hour and a half because RyanAir had a problem with their plane door closing. Finally we boarded after they said it was fixed. When the attendant went to shut the door it bounced open...kind of like a car door does sometimes. After this happened for about five minutes we were all very concerned. Suddenly the pilot comes out of the cockpit....slams the crap out of the door...looks at all of us and yells, "alrighttt and we're off!"
So here is the takeoff-->>two Irish girls behind me yelling that we were all gonna die and this girl across the aisle who was flying for the first time passes out.
Charge what you need to for the TICKETS to make a profit, and then advertise that your tickets might be $100 more each way, but you'll actually enjoy flying with us! We won't treat you like crap and make you want to kill a stewardess with the drink cart!
You'll put the rest of the airlines out of business in a week.
I wish that were the case but the reason airlines sell cheaper tickets and charge these fees is because it works--people go to Expedia and buy the cheapest ticket with very little additional thought.
I think travel sites should let you enter the number of bags you plan to check, etc. and compute the fees for you so you can figure out the overall travel cost and get the tickets that will be cheapest in the end, which would have the additional benefit of discouraging these annoying fees.
Paying money to use a public bathroom is unheard of in the US, but it's actually fairly common in Europe. I doubt most Ryanair customers will think twice about it. And since they tend to run mostly short commuter flights, I doubt many passengers will be that deeply inconvenienced.
That said, if Delta tried this policy, it really would be a disaster.
and shit in the sink.