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US law would ban airlines charging for toilet use

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A preemptive strike on Capitol Hill in Washington DC against airlines charging for in flight toilet access suggests the situation with ancillary fees is worse on the other side of the Pacific than might have been thought. Democrat representative Dan Lipinski Illinois has proposed a house bill, the Comfortable and Fair Flights Act of 2015, to prohibit airlines from adding bathroom fees to the à la carte charges that have become popular in the aviation industry in recent years. (blogs.crikey.com.au) More...

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Nocheechako
Roy Thomas 2
Little gem from the 80s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYspsgIjb4U&list=PL14A0178498E69917&index=1
BigFED
BigFED 2
Charge for using the head (toilet for you civilians)! Right. Discrimination since us older folks don't have the "retention" abilities we once had and there may be some "extra" cleaning up required after a flight. Maybe even a seat replacement or two!!! Ewwwww!! Which is cheaper?
donaldcooley
Don Cooley 1
Anything to avoid actually doing any substantive work.
paultrubits
paul trubits 1
Let's see: pass a bill helping homeless Vets or ban pay toilets on airplanes? We elected these clowns.

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