Ryanair have revealed plans that will leave up to 200 passengers using just one toilet.
The plan for just one bathroom per plane will allow six more seats per plane.
The plans will take the ‘no frills’ air travel to a new level, but according to Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary, the change would lower air travel by around five per cent.
The plans are controversial and will leave passengers in long queue or crossing their legs and hoping for the best.
Two out of the three toilets will be removed from the planes and replaced with six more seats in order to provide cheaper fares.
Ryanair only use one type of plane, the Boeing 737-800, each plane hold 189 seats – at present this is the maximum allowed.
A spokesman for the Association of British Travel Agents said: ‘We all know how inconvenient it can be if a toilet on a plane is out of order. This move could be a step too far.’