More than 200 passengers are crammed into a cramped and crowded plane at London’s Heathrow Airport as they make their way to the airport.
It’s not just the passengers who will be affected by this.
It is the cabin crew who will have to cope with the stress, as well as the passengers themselves.BBC News reporter Nick Boles, reporting from Heathrow, said the flight attendants were working with an array of systems to deal with the high demand for seats.
It sounds very difficult but we’ve had a good team working hard and getting it all done, he said.
There are a lot of seats in the cabin.
We’re doing a lot to manage it and we’re doing it in a way that is comfortable for everybody.
It was the first time we’ve flown with this sort of arrangement, which is a common approach for planes in the air.
It will be the first British airline to offer this type of arrangement.