"The top two complaints about air travel are: the bathrooms are too big and there aren't enough people on my flight."
So quipped SNL's Seth Meyers recently, after hearing about Delta Air Lines' plan to buy 100 new 737-900 aircraft from Boeing , outfitted with a new, space-saving lavatory built by B/E Aerospace . Funny joke, but will airplane passengers appreciate the move? Will investors?
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