Ivan Yates and Shane Coleman take a look at the morning papers
Airlines have introduced a below economy class, offering the poorest quality but best priced seats.
"Last class" passengers will not be allowed to look for refunds, sit near a window or choose your seat in advance.
Breakfast presenters Ivan Yates felt sure that co-host Chris Donoghue, who is off today, was probably being accommodated in such a level of non-style on his flight.
The Irish Daily Mail meanwhile describes the top bug-bears when flying - reclining seats, talkative fellow passengers and noisy kids.
The Irish Times leads with: "Hospitals set to miss patient waiting time targets."
The Irish Examiner says: "70% of burglars re-offend after jail releases" within three years.
The Irish Independent has: "Now focus shifts to executive pay deals in the IFA" - that story says several members of the association's executive are on basic salaries of more than €160,000 a year.
The Daily Mail leads with the story of model Georgia Salpa's twin boys: "Surrogate mum had Georgia's babies".
The Star goes with: "Man stabbed brother five times, then killed himself".
The Daily Mirror goes with the floods.
The Sun goes with: "Was and blow", this the story of a domestic appliance kitchen blaze horror.
And in The Herald, a weapons haul has been found near to where garda Adrian Donohoe was shot dead in Co Louth.
Inside the papers:
Ivan's eye was caught by Donald Trump's scantily clad wife in The Sun: "You can't argue with one thing, he has a hottie wife" the presenter said.
And The Star says tomorrow, December 16th, is the worst date to celebrate a birthday.
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