Air travel anti-Christ and CEO of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary overlooks two realities in his pursuit of standing room flights.
1. Filling a 737 with passengers standing upright and strapped to a ‘bar stool’ would exceed the certified emergency evacuation load limit by as many as 90 passengers, and require re-certification and possibly an extra set of exits, which would be very, very expensive, and
2. Even in a low speed accident, or sudden braking, legs could be broken, or ripped out of their sockets, a risk that could make Ryanair uninsurable, and unsaleable.
O’Leary’s increasingly bizarre suggestions, including blow jobs for passengers, and his p*ss take about charging passengers to use the toilets, suggest he is losing it.