Why should non-obese passengers have to subsidize obese ones? Lower prices for obese passengers mean that other passengers have to make up for the difference. The Canadian Supreme Court thinks that this is a good idea
. I like to have two seats rather than one (I may not be obese, but I do work on planes and it is so much better to be able to spread out my work). As with many court cases, this simply means that there will be more court cases to figure out all the ambiguities in this decision: "What is morbidly obese? How are we going to be able to make that determination and implement that respectfully, and consistently and fairly?"