British Airways will cram in more passengers on some of its planes that fly its short-haul routes.
From next year the airline said there will be a "small increase" in the number of seats fitted to its Airbus A320 and A321 planes.
Reports suggest that this will amount to two extra rows, or 12 seats in total.
That will reduce average leg room for passengers by 1 inch per seat, to just 29 inches.
That amount of space will be the same as Easyjet planes, but one inch less than on Ryanair aircraft.
Last November BA said it would increase the number of economy seats on its Boeing 777 aircraft by almost 20%, from 280 to 332.
That means each row in economy class will have 10 seats rather than just nine.
BA has 68 A320 planes in its fleet, along with 18 of the larger A321s aircraft.