NOT one to miss out on a big opportunity, Ryanair is thinking of charging obese passengers more to use their flights.
The low-cost airline continues to try and find new ways of charging passengers more extras for their flights.
Not content with charging to check in at the airport, for hold luggage or for paying by card, now the company is planning to charge overweight passengers, according to how many kilos they weigh!
Only last month, it emerged the airline is planning to charge a euro to use the inflight loos.
Now the company is carrying out a survey on its website to find out whether there would be support for such a move.
Men over 20 stone and women weighing more than 15 stone would pay extra.
The oldest and most successful budget airline in the world, South Western in the USA, has been forcing obese people to pay for two seats for years.