THEY stopped short of charging you to use the toilet.
But budget airline Ryanair still makes a staggering 25% of its income from those added extras.
The company made a whopping €1.7 billion from baggage charges, booking fees and in-flight sales of food and beverages in 2014.
This is almost double the €745 million which came from extra fees in 2008.
Although seemingly high, low budget Hungarian airline Wizz Air and Jet2.com made an even higher proportion of their income on extras: 33.7% and 28.5% respectively.
On average, Ryanair makes €18.90 per traveller in extras while British Airways makes just €8.02.
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