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US airlines are reducing the size of plane restrooms
In a further attempt to maximize profits, U.S. airlines are reducing the size of restrooms on board by about three inches. Experts say adding a single seat can bring in an extra $400,000 per seat per year for airlines — but passengers aren’t too pleased with the change. TODAY’s Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
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