Boeing wins major 737 jet order from Ryanair
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O’Leary said one of the key advantages of the 737 was the ability to fit 189 passengers onboard but that he’d love to add 10 more seats — something that would require removing the two rear toilets, a move regulators are unlikely to allow. O’Leary Tuesday repeated his proposal to then charge for use of the one front toilet, donating the money to "prostate cancer and incontinence research."
Mayerowitz reported from New York.
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