If you get an airplane. Why isn't the weight of the passenger take into account?
You have a weight limit for your luggage, so it can become really unfair for those who aren't fat. Someone that weights only 50kg, will have the same luggage limit than those who weight 120 kg. This is unfair.
The same for clothes, doens't matter the size, you are going to pay the same price for any of them. But L or XL sizes do use more fabric and other materials.
If fat people had to pay more for everything, things would be much more fair. Fat people would have an incentive to become less fat. Also this would result into a more healthier population.
Yeah. I'm an average sized guy. It posses me off when I have to sit in a middle seat, and I have fatties on both sides. They don't even respect the middle seat gets two arm rest rules. They couldn't follow them it they wanted because their fat rolls spill over, and their arms flair out on their carcases.
What a whale, you americans are so fat these days.
I was recently on a flight from Houston to Atlanta. When I got to my row, there was no seat. The fatties on both sides were spilling so far into the middle seat that there was nothing left for me to sit in. I just kept on walking and found a flight attendant. Luckily there was a no show and I got to sit in their seat while the fatties got to each have a seat and a half for the price the rest of us paid for one seat. Not sure what I would have done if that no show showed up. There was no humanly way I could have wedged into what should have been my seat.
Ok, people in Europ are fat, except severely fat is rare, but even landwhale would respect and be compressed like good person
>not being able to tell that's a fat suit
If you're big enough to need two seats, that's one less seat for the airline to sell.
If you're small enough to only need half a seat, they can't sell the other half of your seat.
That's why airlines charge by number of seats, not weight.
The weight limit on luggage is so the guys that throw your shit into the airplane can do it without breaking their backs, it's not about fuel economy or getting anywhere close to the max load weight of an airplane.