Room for a schmooze

EasyJet clearly want Jewish customers to feel at home on their new flights to Israel next month. Not only will kosher sandwiches be on offer but they will be using wider-aisled planes which will give passengers room to squeeze past the hostess’s trolley in order to pursue their social rounds.

One easyJet official wondered whether there is some religious requirement to spend half the flight out of your seat.

    Last updated: 11:21am, October 15 2009