I'm afraid they'd find a puddle on the seat, unless the flight is less than an hour.
is this for real? which airlines?
WOW...what bastards...i'd threaten to pee the seat if not allowed to access a basic human need...just on principal...and yes...i would...i hate rude service...it would be a pee going to a good cause. (i have spare britches)
For awhile after 911, when we flew to Reagan National Airport in Washington, DC .. no one was allowed to leave their seats for 30 minutes before we were going to land.<br />
I made several of those flights .. and no one ever seemed to have a problem with it. <br />
But I've never heard of airlines just generally not allowing passengers to use the toilets on short haul flights. Which are you referring to??
I would avoid those for sure.
What is their reasoning for that??? I've flown on short flights .. under an hour and there are no such restrictions.
Yes, but it is hard to prove they denied you. You may need a witness or two to testify in court.
That will last until someone ***** themselves and the airline has to pay for the cleaning..