The world's largest passenger plane, the Airbus A380, is offering to reconfigure its economy cabin layout to squeeze in more passengers.
Tweaks to the superjumbo design would create an 11th seat to some rows, with 5 people instead of 4 sat in the middle section.
Airbus says the design will mean economy, or coach, can be split in to three different pricing sections.
"Airbus' ability to offer efficient choice for Premium Economy and Economy extends also to A380, with new options at nine-abreast and 11-abreast respectively," said the planemaker in a statement.
Airbus says even within an 11 seat row, each passenger should manage to keep an 18 inch width seat.